|Native to||Malaysia, Brunei|
|ca. 13,000 (2007–2011)|
Penan, also known as Punan-Nibong, is a language complex spoken by the Penan people of Borneo. They are related to the Kenyah languages. Glottolog shows Western Penan as closer to Sebop than it is to Eastern Penan.
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