The North Sarawakan languages are a group of Austronesian languages spoken in the northeastern part of the province of Sarawak, Borneo, and proposed in Blust (1991, 2010).
- North Sarawakan languages
Ethnologue 16 adds Punan Tubu as an additional branch, and notes that Bintulu might be closest to Baram. The Melanau–Kajang languages were removed in Blust 2010.
The Northern Sarawak languages are well known for strange phonological histories.
Smith (2017) classifies the North Sarawakan languages as follows.
- Berawan–Lower Baram
- Berawan (various dialects)
- Lower Baram (Miri, Kiput, Narum, Belait, Lelak, Lemeting, Dali’)
- Kelabit (Bario, Pa’ Dalih, Tring, Sa’ban, Long Seridan, Long Napir)
- Lun Dayeh (Long Bawan, Long Semadoh)
- Highland (Lepo’ Gah, Lepo’ Tau, Lepo’ Sawa, Lepo’, Lepo’ Laang, Badeng, Lepo’ Jalan, Uma’ Baha, Uma’ Bem, Òma Lóngh)
- Eastern Lowland (Uma’ Pawe, Uma’ Timai, Lebo’ Kulit)
- Western Lowland (Lebo’Vo’, Sebop, Penan (eastern and western varieties))