Aput language

Aput
Punan Aput
Native to Indonesia
Region West Kalimantan
Ethnicity Penan people
Native speakers
unknown (370 cited 1981)[1]
Austronesian
Language codes
ISO 639-3 pud
Glottolog puna1267[2]

Punan Aput, or Aput, is a Kayan language of East Kalimantan, Indonesia, one of several spoken by the Penan people. It is not intelligible to speakers of other Penan/Punan languages.

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