The Dusunic languages are a group of languages spoken by the Bisaya and Dusun (including Kadazan and Rungus), and related peoples in the Malaysian province of Sabah on Borneo.
The Dusunic languages are classified as follows.
Dumpas may also belong here.
Not all languages spoken by the Dusun people belong to this group; the East Barito languages include several which are also named 'Dusun'.
Lobel (2016) covers the following Dusunic languages: