Lun Bawang

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A language of Indonesia

Alternate Names
Lun Daya, Lun Dayah, Lun Daye, Lun Dayeh, Lun Dayoh, Lundaya Putuk, Lundayeh, Southern Murut
Population

23,000 in Indonesia (2007 SIL). Total users in all countries: 47,500.

Location

Kalimantan Timur Province; mountainous area where Sesayap River tributaries arise. 2 enclaves in western Sabah State.

Language Status

5 (Developing).

Dialects

Lun Daye, Papadi, Lun Bawang (Long Bawan, Sarawak Murut). Not Murutic, although sometimes called Southern Murut.

Language Development
Poetry. New media. Radio programs. Films. Videos. Dictionary. Bible: 1982.
Writing

Latin script [Latn].

Other Comments

Christian, traditional religion.

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