Indonesian sign language

Indonesian Sign Language
Bahasa Isyarat Indonesia, BISINDO
Native to Indonesia
Native speakers (no estimate available)
Language family
Language codes
ISO 639-3 inl
Linguist List

Indonesian Sign Language or Bahasa Isyarat Indonesia (BISINDO), is used for deaf education in Indonesia, at least on the islands of Java and Bali. It is based on Malaysian Sign Language, with some local admixture.

See also


  • Sign Languages of the World, by Country (Gallaudet University Library)

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