|Native to||Indonesia, Malaysia|
|(35,000 cited 1981–2007)|
Kayan (Kajan, Kayan proper) is a dialect cluster spoken by the Kayan people of Borneo. It is a cluster of closely related dialects with limited mutual intelligibility, and is itself part of the Kayan-Murik group of Austronesian languages.
Baram Kayan is a local trade language.[further explanation needed] Bahau is part of the dialect cluster, but is not ethnically Kayan.
|Wikivoyage has a phrasebook for Kayan.|
|Mixed & Others|