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Simeulue is also called Mae o, which literally means 'Where are you going?'. Ethnologue also lists Long Bano, Simalur, Simeuloë, and Simulul as alternate names.
- Defayan: spoken in the 4 eastern subdistricts of Teupah Selatan, Simeulue Timur, Teupah Barat, and Teluk Dalam
- Simolol (prestige dialect): spoken around Kampung Aie town, Simeulue Tengah
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