Published February 20, 2019
This video was recorded by Kunto Nurchayako in Borneo, Indonesia. Beahe is a Dayak language of Borneo. It appears to be unclassified, meaning that it has yet to be studied or thoroughly documented and remains unlisted by language censuses like Ethnologue and Glottolog. Borneo's indigenous Dayak language family is extremely diverse and under-researched, meaning that many Dayak languages remain unrecognized, undocumented, and without the necessary materials to formally teach them. If you know more about Beahe and would like to contribute, please reach us at email@example.com.
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