Indonesian Sign LanguagePrint
L1 users: 8,000 (2000).
Scattered: Java and Bali, especially Jakarta.
Vigorous. All ages. Used as L2 by Kata Kolok [bqy].
A blend of Malaysian Sign Language [xml] and indigenous signs centered in Jakarta but being promoted throughout the country. Yogyakarta is distinct, and may need to be recognized as a separate language (2016 J. Woodward). 94 schools for the deaf, oralist.