Bernard Sellato 2009

Bernard Sellato. 2009. Social organization, settlement patterns, and ethnolinguistic processes of group formation: The Kenyah and Putuk in East Kalimantan. In Peter W. Martin and Peter G. Sercombe (eds.), Languages in Borneo: Diachronic and Synchronic Perspectives, 11-56. Borneo Research Council.

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  author     = {Bernard Sellato},
  booktitle  = {Languages in Borneo: Diachronic and Synchronic Perspectives},
  editor     = {Peter W. Martin and Peter G. Sercombe},
  pages      = {11-56},
  publisher  = {Borneo Research Council},
  series     = {Borneo Research Council / Proceedings Series},
  title      = {Social organization, settlement patterns, and ethnolinguistic processes of group formation: The Kenyah and Putuk in East Kalimantan},
  volume     = {8},
  year       = {2009},
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  inlg       = {English [eng]},
  lgcode     = {Uma' Lasan [xky], Uma' Lung [ulu], Uma Alim = Uma' Lasan [xky], Leppu' Ndang = Kenyah-Mainstream [xkl], Bakung = Kenyah-Mainstream [xkl], Leppu' Ma'ut = Kenyah-Mainstream [xkl], Leppo' Ké, Badeng = Kenyah-Mainstream [xkl], Pua', Nyibun closest to Bakung = Kenyah-Mainstream [xkl], Punan Belalui, Saben = Sa'ban [snv], Lun Bawang [lnd], Pa' Belawit-Berian, Pa' Bawan-Api, Pa' Kerayan, Pa' Padi, Punang Kerayan A, Punang Kerayan B, Pa' Kemaloh = Lun Bawang [lnd], Lengilu' A = Lengilu [lgi], Lengilu' B = Lengilu [lgi], Milau or Ulun Milau probably Punang Kerayan A, Tempu or Tembau who call themselves Tevou are related to the Milau and also lived along the Kerayan River, The Wa' Dalang group perhaps a Kayanic lect related to the Ngorek of the upper Bahau (see Blust 1974) might now be extinct, Paril (Kelabitic) lived on the Belaban River of Kerayan Hulu then split and moved to Kerayan Tengah, Turun (Kelabitic) lived in Kerayan Tengah then moved upriver and mixed with other groups to form my Punang Kerayan B},
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Languages

Name in source Glottolog languoid
Uma' Lasan
Uma' Lung
Uma Alim
Leppu' Ndang
Bakung
Leppu' Ma'ut
Leppo' Ké
    Badeng
    Pua'
      Nyibun closest to Bakung
      Punan Belalui
        Saben
        Lun Bawang
        Pa' Belawit-Berian
          Pa' Bawan-Api
            Pa' Kerayan
              Pa' Padi
                Punang Kerayan A
                  Punang Kerayan B
                    Pa' Kemaloh
                    Lengilu' A
                    Lengilu' B
                    Milau or Ulun Milau probably Punang Kerayan A
                      Tempu or Tembau who call themselves Tevou are related to the Milau and also lived along the Kerayan River
                        The Wa' Dalang group perhaps a Kayanic lect related to the Ngorek of the upper Bahau (see Blust 1974) might now be extinct
                          Paril (Kelabitic) lived on the Belaban River of Kerayan Hulu then split and moved to Kerayan Tengah
                            Turun (Kelabitic) lived in Kerayan Tengah then moved upriver and mixed with other groups to form my Punang Kerayan B