|Pronunciation||[jáɴbjɛ́ bàðà zəɡá]|
|Native to||Arakan State|
|Region||Ramree Island, South Arakan Coast, Irrawaddy Division, Bangladesh|
|(810,000 cited 1983)|
|Glottolog||(insufficiently attested or not a distinct language)|
Ramree, or Yangbye ("Rambray" in Rakhine)(Burmese: ရမ်းဗြဲဘာသာစကား, Burmese pronunciation: [jáɴbjɛ́ bàðà zəɡá]), is the main dialect of the Rakhine language spoken in Southern Arakan, especially in Ramree Island region, Arakan State in Burma (Myanmar), and the Awagyun Island and southern coastal regions in Bangladesh. Ramree language is also widely spoken along the South Arakan coast, including the western areas of the Irrawaddy Division, Burma.