- Language: Anong
- Alternate names: Anung, Anoong, Añú, Nu, Lu, Lutzu, Lutze, Kiutze, Khanung, Kwinp'ang, Khupang, Kwingsang, Fuch'ye, Anu, Nu-tzŭ, Kuhpang, 阿儂語, ရဝမ်
- Language code: nun
- Language family: Sino-Tibetan, Tibeto-Burman, Central Tibeto-Burman, Nungish (SIL classification)
- Number of speakers: ~ 4040 (40 in China)
- Vulnerability: Endangered
- Script: Latin script.
Different from Nung (Tai family) of Viet Nam, Laos, and China, and from Chinese Nung (Cantonese) of Viet Nam. Anong is one of the five principal divisions of Rawang clans, along with Matwang (See: [[Rawang]]), Daru-Jerwang, Longmi, and Tangsar (Morse 1989:240). Christian.
Anong is spoken in China, Myanmar, Southeast Asia;East Asia.