The Simeulue language is spoken by the Devayan people of Simeulue off the western coast of Sumatra, Indonesia.
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.
Simeulue is spoken in 5 of 8 subdistricts (kecamatan) of Simeulue Regency. It includes 2 dialects.
Simeulue is also spoken on Babi Island and the Banyak Islands.
Sikule, related to Nias, is spoken in Alafan on the western end of Simeulue, while Jamu (also called Kamano), related to Minangkabau, is spoken in the capital city of Sinabang.