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    Brunei (15 living languages ) :

    1. Belait (Balait Jati, Lemeting, Meting)
    2. Bisaya, Brunei (Basaya, Bekiau, Besaya, Bisaia, Bisaya Bukit, Bisayah, Jilama Bawang, Jilama Sungai, Lorang Bukit, Southern Bisaya, Visayak, Tutong 1, Dusun)
    3. Brunei (Brunei-Kadaian, Orang Bukit)
    4. Chinese, Hakka (Hakka)
    5. Chinese, Mandarin
    6. Chinese, Min Dong
    7. Chinese, Min Nan (Min Nan, Minnan)
    8. Chinese, Yue (Cantonese, Yue, Yueh)
    9. English
    10. Iban (Sea Dayak)
    11. Lun Bawang (Lun Daya, Lun Dayah, Lun Daye, Lun Dayoh, Lundaya, Southern Murut)
    12. Malay, Standard (Formal Malay, Malay, Malayu, Melayu, Melayu Baku)
    13. Melanau, Central (Belana’u, Melanau , Milanau, Milano)
    14. Penan, Eastern
    15. Tutong (Tutong 2, Tutung)

    Singapore (20 Living languages) :

    1. Bengali
    2. Chinese, Hakka (Hokka, Ke, Kechia, Kehia, Kek, Khek)
    3. Chinese, Mandarin (Guoyu, Huayu)
    4. Chinese, Min Bei (Min Pei)
    5. Chinese, Min Dong
    6. Chinese, Min Nan (Min Nam, Southern Min)
    7. Chinese, Pu-Xian
    8. Chinese, Yue (Cantonese, Guangfu, Yue, Yueh)
    9. English
    10. Gujarati (Gujerathi, Gujerati)
    11. Javanese (Djawa, Jawa)
    12. Madura (Madhura, Madurese)
    13. Malay (Colloquial Malay, Local Malay, Malayu)
    14. Malay, Baba (Baba, Chinese Malay, Straits Malay)
    15. Malay, Standard (Formal Malay, Malay, Malayu, Melayu, Melayu Baku)
    16. Malayalam (Alealum, Malayal, Malayalani, Malean, Maliyad, Mallealle, Mopla)
    17. Orang Seletar
    18. Panjabi, Eastern
    19. Singapore Sign Language
    20. Sinhala (Chingalese, Singhalese, Sinhalese)
    21. Tamil

    Malaysia (Peninsular) (42 Living languages) :

    1. Batek (Bateg, Bateq, Batok, Kleb, Nong, Tomo)
    2. Cheq Wong (Beri, Che Wong, Chewong, Che’wong, Chuba, Siwang)
    3. Chinese, Hakka
    4. Chinese, Mandarin
    5. Chinese, Min Dong
    6. Chinese, Min Nan (Min Nan, Minnan)
    7. Chinese, Pu-Xian
    8. Chinese, Yue (Cantonese, Yue, Yueh)
    9. Duano (Desin Dolak, Desin Duano, Orang Kuala, Orang Laut)
    10. English
    11. Jah Hut (Jah Het)
    12. Jakun (Djakun, Jakoon, Jaku’d, Jakud’n, Orang Hulu)
    13. Jehai (Jahai, Pangan)
    14. Kensiu (Kenseu, Kensieu, Kensiw, Mendi, Monik, Moniq, Ngok Pa, Orang Bukit, Orang Liar)
    15. Kintaq (Bong, Kenta, Kintak, Kintaq Bong)
    16. Lanoh (Jengjeng)
    17. Mah Meri (Besisi, Cellate)
    18. Malaccan Creole Malay (Chitties Creole Malay)
    19. Malaccan Creole Portuguese (Bahasa Geragau, Bahasa Serani, Luso-Malay, Malaccan, Malaqueiro, Malaquenho, Malaquense, Malaquês, Malayo-Portuguese, Malaysian Creole Portuguese, Papia Kristang, Português de Malaca, Portuguese Patois, Serani)
    20. Malay
    21. Malay (Colloquial Malay, Local Malay, Malayu)
    22. Malay, Baba (Chinese Malay, Straits Malay)
    23. Malay, Kedah (Satun Malay)
    24. Malay, Standard (Formal Malay, Malay, Malayu, Melayu, Melayu Baku)
    25. Malaysian Sign Language (Bahasa Isyarat Malaysia)
    26. Minriq (Mendriq, Menraq, Menrik, Menriq)
    27. Mintil (Mitil)
    28. Negeri Sembilan Malay (Malaysian Minangkabau, Ulu Muar Malay)
    29. Orang Kanaq
    30. Orang Seletar
    31. Penang Sign Language
    32. Sabüm
    33. Selangor Sign Language (KLSL, Kuala Lumpur Sign Language)
    34. Semai (“Central Sakai” , Seng’oi, Sengoi, Senoi)
    35. Semaq Beri (Semaq Bri, Semoq Beri)
    36. Semelai
    37. Semnam
    38. Tamil
    39. Temiar (Northern Sakai, Pie, Seroq, Temer)
    40. Temoq
    41. Temuan (Benua, Niap)
    42. Tonga (Mos Tean-ean)
    Malaysia (Sabah) (53 Living languages) :
    1. Abai Sungai
    2. Bajau, West Coast (Land Bajaw, West Coast Bajao)
    3. Balangingi (Baangingi’, Balagnini, Balangingi Bajau, Balanian, Balanini, Balignini, Banadan, Binadan, Northern Sinama, Sama)
    4. Banjar (Bandjarese, Banjar Malay, Banjarese)
    5. Bisaya, Sabah (Basaya, Besaya, Bisaia, Bisayah, Jilama Bawang, Jilama Sungai)
    6. Bonggi (Banggi, Bangay, Banggi Dusun)
    7. Bookan (Baukan, Baukan Murut)
    8. Brunei (Brunei-Kadaian, Orang Bukit)
    9. Bugis (Buginese)
    10. Dumpas (Doompas)
    11. Dusun, Central (Central Kadazan, Dusan, Dusum, Dusun, Dusur, Kadasan, Kadayan, Kedayan)
    12. Dusun, Sugut (Dusun, Kadayan, Sugut, Sugut Kadazan, Tanggal, Tilau-Ilau)
    13. Dusun, Tambunan (Tambunan)
    14. Dusun, Tempasuk (Kedamaian Dusun, Tampasok, Tampassuk, Tampasuk, Tempasok, Tindal)
    15. Gana (Gana’, Ganaq, Keningau Dusun, Minansut)
    16. Ida’an (Bulud Upi, Eraans, Idaan, Idahan, Idan, Idayan)
    17. Iranun (“Ilanun” , Illanun, Illanoan, Illanoon, Iranon Maranao, Iranum, Lanoon, Ylanos, Lanun, Illanos)
    18. Javanese (Jawa)
    19. Kadazan, Coastal (Kadazan Tangaa’, Membakut Kadazan, Papar Kadazan, Penampang Kadazan)
    20. Kadazan, Klias River
    21. Kadazan, Labuk-Kinabatangan (Eastern Kadazan, Labuk Kadazan, Sogilitan, Tindakon, Tompulung)
    22. Kalabakan (Kalabakan Murut, Tawau Murut, Tidung)
    23. Keningau Murut (Central Murut)
    24. Kimaragang (Kimaragan, Kimaragangan, Maragang, Marigang)
    25. Kinabatangan, Upper (Sungai Milian)
    26. Kota Marudu Talantang
    27. Kota Marudu Tinagas
    28. Kuijau (Hill Dusun, Kijau, Koijoe, Kuiyow, Kujau, Kuliow, Kuriyo, Kwijau, Menindal, Menindaq, Minansut, Tidung, Tindal)
    29. Lobu, Lanas
    30. Lobu, Tampias
    31. Lotud (Dusun Lotud, Suang Lotud)
    32. Malay
    33. Malay, Cocos Islands (Suang Lotud, Dusun Lotud AGE All ages DOM Home, market, village meetings)
    34. Malay, Sabah (Bazaar Malay, Pasar Malay)
    35. Mapun (Bajau Kagayan, Cagayan de Sulu, Cagayanon, Jama Mapun, Kagayan, Orang Cagayan, Sama Mapun)
    36. Minokok
    37. Molbog
    38. Paluan
    39. Papar (Bajau Bukit)
    40. Rungus (Dusun Dayak, Melobong Rungus, Memagun, Memogun, Momogun, Roongas, Rungus Dusun)
    41. Sama, Southern (Sama Sibutu’, Southern Bajau)
    42. Selungai Murut
    43. Sembakung Murut (Sembakoeng, Sembakong, Simbakong, Tidoeng, Tidong, Tidung, Tingalun, Tinggalan, Tinggalum)
    44. Serudung Murut (Serudong, Tawau Murut, Tidung)
    45. Tagal Murut
    46. Tatana (Tatana’, Tatanaq)
    47. Tausug (Joloano, Joloano Sulu, Moro, Sooloo, Sulu, Suluk, Taosug, Tausog, Taw Sug)
    48. Tidong (Camucones, Nonukan, Tedong, Tidoeng, Tiran, Tirones, Tiroon, Zedong)
    49. Timugon Murut (Temogun, Tenom Murut, Timigan, Timigun, Timogon, Timogun, Timugon, Tumugun)
    50. Tobilung (Tabilong, Tobilang, Tebilung)
    51. Tombonuo (Lobu, Paitan, Sungai, Sungei, Tambanua, Tambanuo, Tambanuva, Tambanwas, Tambenua, Tambunwas, Tembenua, Tombonuwo, Tombonuva, Tumbunwha, Tunbumohas)
    52. Wolio (Buton, Butonese, Butung)
    53. Yakan (Yacan)

    Malaysia (Sarawak) (45 Living languages) :

    1. Bakati’, Rara (Luru)
    2. Balau (Bala’u)
    3. Belait (Lemeting, Meting)
    4. Berawan, Central
    5. Berawan, East (Long Jegan Berawan)
    6. Berawan, West (Berawan, Long Terawan)
    7. Bidayuh, Bau (Bau-Jagoi, Jagoi, Jaggoi, Sarawak Dayak)
    8. Bidayuh, Biatah (Bikuab, Kuap, Quop, Sentah)
    9. Bidayuh, Bukar-Sadong (Buka, Bukar, Bukar Sadung Bidayah, Sadung, Serian, Tebakang)
    10. Bidayuh, Tringgus-Sembaan (Tringus)
    11. Bintulu
    12. Bisaya, Brunei (Bekiau, Bisaya Bukit, Bisayah, Lorang Bukit, Visayak)
    13. Bukitan (Bakatan, Bakitan, Beketan, Mangkettan, Manketa, Pakatan)
    14. Iban (Sea Dayak)
    15. Kajaman (Kayaman, Kejaman)
    16. Kayan, Baram (Baram Kajan)
    17. Kayan, Rejang (Rejang Kajan)
    18. Kelabit (Kalabit, Kerabit)
    19. Kenyah, Mainstream (Bakong, Bakung, Bakung Kenya, Bakung Kenyah)
    20. Kiput
    21. Lahanan (Lanan, Lanun)
    22. Long Wat (Tutoh Kenya, Tutoh Kenyah)
    23. Lun Bawang (Lun-Bawang, Lun Daya, Lun Dayah, Lun Daye, Lun Dayeh, Lun Dayoh, Lun Lod, Lundaya, Southern Murut)
    24. Malay
    25. Melanau, Central (Belana’u, Milanau, Milano)
    26. Melanau, Daro-Matu
    27. Melanau, Kanowit-Tanjong
    28. Melanau, Sibu (Seduan-Banyok, Sibu, Siduan, Siduani)
    29. Murik
    30. Narom (Narum)
    31. Okolod (Kolod, Kolour, Kolur, Okolod Murut)
    32. Penan, Bah-Biau (Punan, Bah-Biau)
    33. Penan, Eastern (“Punan”)
    34. Penan, Western (Nibon, Nibong, “Punan”)
    35. Punan Batu 1
    36. Remun (Milikin, Millikin)
    37. Sa’ban (Merau, used in Kalimantan)
    38. Salako (Selako, Salakau, Selakau, Silakau, Kendayan, Kenayatn)
    39. Sebop (Sabup, Sebob, Cebop, Sibop)
    40. Sebuyau (Sabuyan, Sabuyau, Sibuian, Sibuyan, Sibuyau)
    41. Sekapan (Sekepan)
    42. Sian (Sihan)
    43. Tring
    44. Ukit
    45. Uma’ Lasan (Kanyay, Kenja, Kindjin, Kinjin, Western Kenya, Western Kenyah)

    Extinct languages :

    1. Lelak
    2. Seru

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