Kelabit ialah salah satu bahasa terpencil di Borneo, di sempadan SarawakKalimantan Utara. Ia dituturkan oleh salah satu etnik terkecil di Borneo, orang Kelabit.[1]

Kelabit
KawasanBorneo
Penutur bahasa
5,000 (2000–2011)e18
Austronesia
Kod bahasa
ISO 639-3kzi
Glottologkela1258

Rujukan Sunting

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