Information from: “Mencalèny & Usung Bayung Marang: A Kenyah language documentation project in East Kalimantan” (65-95) . Antonia Soriente (2006) , Chong Shin; Karim Harun; Yabit Alas · Pontianak: STAIN Pontianak Press
80 percent certain, based on the evidence available
Soriente Disagrees with the classification of Kenyah languages. The dialect used in this study, Lebu' Kulit, is grouped by Soriente as a Kayanic language rather than a Kenyah language. Issues in subgrouping languages in Central Borneo are well known, and still up for debate.
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The languages are under treat because of the migration of Kenyah people from their original villages in the upper reaches of the rivers to coastal locations. Also, they are affected by the double influence of better known or “mainstream” Kenyah and Indonesian, the national language.
Spoken mostly in east Kalimantan.
Information from: “LL-MAP (Language and Location: A Map Accessibility Project)” . Anthony Aristar and Helen Aristar-Dry and Yichun Xie (2012)