|Region||Ambon Island, Maluku|
|(19,000 cited 1987)|
Tulehu (also known as Souw Aman Teru) is an Austronesian language spoken on Ambon Island in eastern Indonesia, part of a dialect chain of Seram Island.
Tulehu is also the name of a village; each of the villages, Tulehu, Liang, Tengah-Tengah, and Tial, is said to have its own dialect.
Voiced stops can also be heard from loanwords.