Kitap Tuket Mading - Kenyah New Testament by the Bible Society of Singapore, Malaysia & Brunei Denga Injil ia' senura Ku'un Pemuyan Lawa Injil Kenyah Language
Kitap Tuket Mading
Kenyah New Testament with Maps at the end
by the Bible Society of Singapore, Malaysia & Brunei
Denga Injil ia' senura Ku'un
Pemuyan Lawa Injil
(Southeast Asian people)
THIS IS A FIRST EDITION
3,000 Copies Printed!!!
PRINTED IN SINGAPORE
By The Bible Society of Singapore, Malaysia & Brunei
- Vinyl Bound: 754 pages
- Publisher: Bible Society (1984)
- Product Dimensions: 7.3 x 5.3 x 0.9 inches
- Shipping Weight: 11.2 ounces
The Kenyah people are an indigenous, Austronesian-speaking people of Borneo, living in the remote regions in Sarawak, Malaysia and the remote regions of East Kalimantan, Indonesia. Almost all Kenyah people are Christian. Based on a recent census there is a total of 44,350 Kenyah people in East Kalimantan and 24,906 in Sarawak. The Kenyah languages are a group of half a dozen or so closely related languages spoken by the Kenyah peoples of Borneo. They are Kenyah proper (a dialect cluster), Sebob (incl. Madang), Bakung, Tutoh, and Wahau Kenyah.
- Kenyah proper (a dialect cluster, incl. Madang), Sebob, Bakung, Tutoh (Long Wat), Wahau Kenyah, Uma’ Lung / Uma’ Lasan.
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