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Historical distribution of the Malayic languages in Maritime Southeast Asia (including Malay-based creoles):

     The Ibanic and Western Malayic Dayak (Kanayatn/Kendayan-Salako) subgroups, also known collectively as "Malayic Dayak".

     Other Malayic varieties; genetic relationships between them are still unclear.

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