ISO 639-3: niv
||690. Ethnic population: 2,000 Amur, 2,700 Sakhalin (1995 M. Krauss). Ethnic population: 5,162.
||Sakhalin Island, Nekrasovka and Nogliki villages; Rybnoe, Moskalvo, Chir-Unvd, Viakhtu, other villages; along Amur River, Aleevka village.
Eastern Asian Russia, reference number 11
||Amur, East Sakhalin Gilyak, North Sakhalin Gilyak. The Amur and East Sakhalin dialects have difficult inherent mutual intelligibility. North Sakhalin is between them linguistically.
||Forced resettlement weakened use. Some are scattered and without regular contact with other speakers. Home. Mainly older adults. Neutral to mildly supportive toward Gilyak. Also use Russian.
||Taught through second grade in settlements at Nogliki and Nekrasovka. Not taught at Amur. Dictionary. Grammar.
||Cyrillic script. Latin script.