1,500 (2000 census), decreasing.
Bengkulu province: Enggano island, southwest of mainland; 4 small nearby islands.
None known. Not closely related to other languages.
Endangered (2000 S. Wurm). Stable presently; threatened long term if emigration and marriage with other language communities continues. Home, village, market, ceremonies. All ages. Positive attitudes. Also use Indonesian [ind], in civic, religious, and educational areas.
Not conclusively established as an Austronesian language, rather than an isolate with Austronesian loans. Christian, Muslim.