- Language: Adi
- Alternate names: 崩尼-博嘎爾语, Lho-Pa, Abhor, Abor, Boga'er Luoba, Luoba, Lhoba, Boga'er, Bengni-Boga'er, Bokar, Adi-Bokar, Na Bengni, Bengni, Miri, Abor-Miri, Miśing
- Language code: adi
- Language family: Sino-Tibetan, Tibeto-Burman, Central Tibeto-Burman, Tani (SIL classification)
- Number of speakers: 100,190
- Vulnerability: risk
- Script: Latin script. Tibetan script, used in China.
A Scheduled Tribe with several subgroups. ‘Adi’, hillman, is a cover term for eastern Tani languages. Traditional religion, Christian.
Ethnologue's Adi [adi] amalgamates several ethnolinguistically and linguistically distinct groups and thus subsumes several languages:Ethnologue listed varieties: Ashing, Bokar (Boga’er Luoba), Bori, Gallong (Galong), Karko, Komkar, Milang, Minyong, Padam, Pailibo, Pangi, Pasi, Ramo, Shimong, Tangam. Milang is definitely a separate language (possibly not a member of the Tani family). Bokar, Pailibo, Ramo and Padam also are all most likely separate languages. Bori, Minyong and Tangam also may be separate languages.