Facts sheets - Polynesian languages
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Anutan (Solomon Islands)
Emae (Vanuatu)
Futunan, East (Futuna)
Futunan, West (Vanuatu)
Hawaiian (Hawai'i)
Kapingamarangi (Federated States of Micronesia)
Luangiua (Solomon Islands)
Magarevan (Gambier Islands)
Manihiki-Rakahanga (Cook Islands)
Maori (New Zealand)
Marquesan, North (Marquesas Islands)
Marquesan, South (Marquesas Islands)
Mele-Fila (Vanuatu)
Moriori (Chatham Islands) - extinct
Napukan (Tuamotu Islands)
Niuatoputapu (Tonga) - extinct
Niuafo'ou (Tonga)
Niue (Niue)
Nukumanu (Papua New Guinea)
Nukuoro (Federated States of Micronesia)
Nukuria (Papua New Guinea)
Pileni (Solomon Islands)
Pukapukan (Cook Islands)
Rapa (Austral Islands)
Rapa, Old (Austral Islands) - extinct
Rapanui (Easter Island)
Rarotongan (Cook Islands)
Reao (Tuamotu Islands)
Rennellese (Solomon Islands)
Samoan (Samoa)
Sikaiana (Solomon Islands)
Tahitian (Society Islands)
Takuu (Papua New Guinea)
Tikopia (Solomon Islands)
Tokelauan (Tokelau)
Tongan (Tonga)
Tongarevan (Cook Islands)
Tuamotuan (Tuamotu Islands)
Tubuai-Rurutu (Austral Islands)
Tuvaluan (Tuvalu)
Uvean, East (Wallis)
Uvean, West (New Caledonia)



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