Category:Dayak language

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English: The term Dayak is used for the languages of the Dayak people; that is, those languages of Borneo apart from varieties of Malay and language of Chinese, Indian, and European origin. According to recent (2008) classifications, they belong to two distinct branches of the Austronesian language family: the various groups of Bornean and Sabahan languages (including Land Dayak), and the Ibanic languages of the Malayic branch, distinguished as Malayan Dayak (Sea Dayak).
Français : Les langues dayak sont un groupe artificiel de 18 langues malayo-polynésiennnes parlées par les Dayak et qui se subdivisent en deux unités nettement distinctes.
Bahasa Indonesia: Istilah Dayak digunakan untuk bahasa suku Dayak, yaitu bahasa-bahasa di Kalimantan selain dari varietas Melayu dan bahasa Cina, India, dan asal Eropa. Menurut klasifikasi terbaru (2008), mereka termasuk dua cabang yang berbeda dari rumpun bahasa Austronesia: berbagai kelompok Borneo dan rumpun bahasa Sabahan (termasuk Dayak Darat), dan bahasa Ibanik cabang Malayik, dibedakan sebagai Melayu Dayak (Dayak Laut).
Македонски: Дајачки јазици е заедничко име на неколку јазика кои ги зборуваат Дајаците на Борнео. Според класификациите од 2008 година, тие припаѓаат на две различни подгрупи од австронезиските јазици: борнејски јазици и сабахански јазици од една страна и ибански јазици од другата.

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