E16/E17/E18/E19 lists Seru [szd] as an extinct separate Sarawak-Melanau-Kajang
language. However, it has been known for a century that the Sru were a fraction
of the Ukit [umi] who happened to end up at Sru, and indeed,
every word ...''
in the wordlist of <a class="Source" href="https://glottolog.org/resource/reference/id/303520" title="D. J. S. Bailey 1963 ">D. J. S. Bailey 1963 </a> were understood by the Ukit <a href="https://glottolog.org/resource/languoid/iso/umi">[umi]</a>as belonging to their own language'' ( De Rozario, F. 1963 : 332 ). See also: