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  • Australia - Feedback | Ethnologue
    159 pp 19 95 Language Map of Australia License for single academic use of a high resolution watermark free map 24 95 Browse all products Amazon Recommendations Join the conversation Create a free account to post Feedback about a country or language and be notified when others do the same Browse by Countries Language Names Language Codes Language Families Map Titles Products Current Edition About Ethnologue Abbreviations Bibliography Credits Downloads

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  • Cook Islands - Languages | Ethnologue
    Polynesian Polynesian Nuclear East Central Tahitic More Information Pukapuka pkp Pukapuka and Nassau islands northern Cook islands 200 in Rarotonga 450 in Cook Islands 2011 census Population total all countries 2 400 Status 6b Threatened Alternate Names Bukabukan Pukapukan Dialects None known Not intelligible with Rarotongan rar or other Cook Islands languages Related to Samoan smo Classification Austronesian Malayo Polynesian Central Eastern Malayo Polynesian Eastern Malayo Polynesian Oceanic Central Eastern Oceanic Remote Oceanic Central Pacific East Fijian Polynesian Polynesian Nuclear Samoic Outlier Pukapuka More Information Rakahanga Manihiki rkh Northern Cook islands Rakahanga and Manihiki islands 320 in Cook Islands 2011 census Population total all countries 2 820 Status 7 Shifting Alternate Names Manihiki Rakahanga Dialects None known Limited intelligibility of Rarotongan rar Classification Austronesian Malayo Polynesian Central Eastern Malayo Polynesian Eastern Malayo Polynesian Oceanic Central Eastern Oceanic Remote Oceanic Central Pacific East Fijian Polynesian Polynesian Nuclear East Central Tahitic More Information Rarotongan rar 13 Cook islands 13 100 in Cook Islands 2011 census decreasing 2 035 Aitutaki 481 Atiu 573 Mangaia 307 Mauke 189 Mitiaro 2011 census Speaker numbers rapidly decreasing especially in the diaspora Wurm 2007 Population total all countries 39 090 Status 6b Threatened Statutory language of national identity 1965 Constitution Article 35 limited use in higher government domains Alternate Names Cook Island Cook Islands Maori Kuki Airani Maori Rarotongan Mangaian Dialects Aitutaki Atiu Mangaia Mauke Mitiaro Rarotonga Lexical similarity 83 with Tuamotuan pmt 79 with Hawaiian haw 75 with Mangareva mrv 73 with Marquesan mrq Classification Austronesian Malayo Polynesian Central Eastern Malayo Polynesian Eastern Malayo Polynesian Oceanic Central Eastern Oceanic Remote Oceanic Central Pacific East Fijian Polynesian Polynesian Nuclear East Central Tahitic Comments Christian More Information Language Status Profile Click to enlarge with explanation Ethnologue Products Language Map of Cook Islands License for single academic use of

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  • Cook Islands - Status | Ethnologue
    Cook Islands 2011 census Population total all countries 2 400 Rarotongan rar 6b Threatened Statutory language of national identity 1965 Constitution Article 35 limited use in higher government domains 13 100 in Cook Islands 2011 census decreasing 2 035 Aitutaki 481 Atiu 573 Mangaia 307 Mauke 189 Mitiaro 2011 census Speaker numbers rapidly decreasing especially in the diaspora Wurm 2007 Population total all countries 39 090 7 Shifting Penrhyn pnh 7 Shifting 200 2011 census Rakahanga Manihiki rkh 7 Shifting 320 in Cook Islands 2011 census Population total all countries 2 820 Language Status Profile Click to enlarge with explanation Ethnologue Products Language Map of Cook Islands License for single academic use of a high resolution watermark free map 24 95 Browse all products Amazon Recommendations Join the conversation Create a free account to post Feedback about a country or language and be notified when others do the same Browse by Countries Language Names Language Codes Language Families Map Titles Products Current Edition About Ethnologue Abbreviations Bibliography Credits Downloads FAQ Other Products Ethnoblog Language of the Day Print Edition 17th Edition 16th Edition 15th Edition 14th Edition 13th Edition Related Sites SIL org ScriptSource ISO 639 3 Contact SIL International

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  • Fiji - Languages | Ethnologue
    Oceanic Central Pacific West Fijian Rotuman West Fijian More Information Gone Dau goo East Gone and Dau islands off western Vanua Levu 690 2000 Status 6a Vigorous Alternate Names Gonedau Dialects Dialect chain from Gone Dau to Bau standard Fijian fij Though speakers learn standard Fijian it is not inherently intelligible Classification Austronesian Malayo Polynesian Central Eastern Malayo Polynesian Eastern Malayo Polynesian Oceanic Central Eastern Oceanic Remote Oceanic Central Pacific East Fijian Polynesian East Fijian More Information Hindi Fiji hif 380 000 in Fiji 1991 UBS Status 3 Wider communication Statutory language of national identity 2000 Constitution Article 4 1 Alternate Names Fiji Hindustani Fijian Hindi pej Fijian Hindustani pej Dialects No significant regional variation A type of Awadhi awa also influenced by Bhojpuri bho Classification Indo European Indo Iranian Indo Aryan East Central zone Comments Brought by British as indentured laborers from 1879 until 1920s Hindu Muslim More Information Kiribati gil 5 300 in Fiji 1988 3 000 or more Banaban Status 5 Dispersed Alternate Names Gilbertese Ikiribati Dialects Banaban Classification Austronesian Malayo Polynesian Central Eastern Malayo Polynesian Eastern Malayo Polynesian Oceanic Central Eastern Oceanic Remote Oceanic Micronesian Micronesian Proper Ikiribati Comments Christian More Information Lauan llx Eastern islands Lau Nayau Lakeba Oneata Moce Komo Namuka Kabara Vulaga Ogea and Vatoa 16 000 Geraghty and Pawley 1981 Status 6a Vigorous Alternate Names Lau Dialects Lau Vanua Balavu Middle East Fijian dialect chain a subgroup of dialects Similarities to Bau Fijian may be inherently intelligible with it Classification Austronesian Malayo Polynesian Central Eastern Malayo Polynesian Eastern Malayo Polynesian Oceanic Central Eastern Oceanic Remote Oceanic Central Pacific East Fijian Polynesian East Fijian Comments Traditional religion More Information Lomaiviti lmv Islands east of Viti Levu Koro Makogai Levuka Ovalau Batiki Nairai Gau 1 630 2000 Status 6a Vigorous Classification Austronesian Malayo Polynesian

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  • Fiji - Status | Ethnologue
    000 in Kadavu 1 500 Nabukelevu 20 000 in Northeast Viti Levu Population total all countries 337 320 L2 users 320 000 in Fiji 1991 UBS 5 Dispersed Kiribati gil 5 Dispersed 5 300 in Fiji 1988 3 000 or more Banaban 6a Vigorous Fijian Western wyy 6a Vigorous 57 000 1977 P Lincoln 38 500 in Waya Waya and Ba Navosa 18 500 in Nadroga Gone Dau goo 6a Vigorous 690 2000 Lauan llx 6a Vigorous 16 000 Geraghty and Pawley 1981 Lomaiviti lmv 6a Vigorous 1 630 2000 Namosi Naitasiri Serua bwb 6a Vigorous 1 630 2000 6b Threatened Rotuman rtm 6b Threatened 9 000 1991 UBS 2 500 on Rotuma 300 overseas 1990 J Vamarasi Language Status Profile Click to enlarge with explanation Ethnologue Products Languages of Fiji An Ethnologue Country Report 21 pp 9 95 Language Map of Fiji License for single academic use of a high resolution watermark free map 24 95 Browse all products Amazon Recommendations Join the conversation Create a free account to post Feedback about a country or language and be notified when others do the same Browse by Countries Language Names Language Codes Language Families Map Titles Products Current Edition About

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  • French Polynesia - Languages | Ethnologue
    Law No 2004 192 Article 57 Alternate Names Eo Enana Dialects Hatutu Nuku Hiva Ua Huka Ua Pou Wurm and Hattori 1981 list North Marquesan and South Marquesan mqm as 2 languages North Marquesan dialects all inherently intelligible 50 intelligibility of Tahitian tah Lexical similarity 45 67 with Tahitian tah 73 with Mangareva mrv and Rarotonga rar 70 with Hawaiian haw 29 with Tuamotuan pmt Classification Austronesian Malayo Polynesian Central Eastern Malayo Polynesian Eastern Malayo Polynesian Oceanic Central Eastern Oceanic Remote Oceanic Central Pacific East Fijian Polynesian Polynesian Nuclear East Central Marquesic Comments Christian Roman Catholic More Information Marquesan South mqm Marquesas Islands Hiva Oa Tahuta Fatu Hiva islands 2 700 2007 census Ethnic population 3 270 Status 7 Shifting Statutory language of national identity 2004 Organic Law No 2004 192 Article 57 Dialects Fatu Hiva Hiva Oa Tahuata Dialects listed are inherently intelligible Wurm and Hattori 1981 list North Marquesan mrq and South Marquesan as 2 languages Classification Austronesian Malayo Polynesian Central Eastern Malayo Polynesian Eastern Malayo Polynesian Oceanic Central Eastern Oceanic Remote Oceanic Central Pacific East Fijian Polynesian Polynesian Nuclear East Central Marquesic Comments Christian Roman Catholic More Information Rapa ray Austral Islands Rapa Rapa Iti island Ha urei and Area 300 2007 census Ethnic population 480 480 on the island many more on other islands esp Tahiti Status 7 Shifting Alternate Names Rapan Dialects May be a dialect of Austral aut Classification Austronesian Malayo Polynesian Central Eastern Malayo Polynesian Eastern Malayo Polynesian Oceanic Central Eastern Oceanic Remote Oceanic Central Pacific East Fijian Polynesian Polynesian Nuclear East Central Comments Christian Protestant More Information Tahitian tah Society Islands some islands in Tuamotus including the Mihiroa group 63 000 in French Polynesia 2007 census Population total all countries 68 260 Status 1 National Statutory national language 2004 Organic Law No

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  • French Polynesia - Status | Ethnologue
    7 Shifting Recognized language 2004 Organic Law No 2004 192 Article 57 600 2011 census Ethnic population 1 340 On Gambier Islands many others throughout French Polynesia Marquesan North mrq 7 Shifting Statutory language of national identity 2004 Organic Law No 2004 192 Article 57 5 390 in French Polynesia 2007 census Population total all countries 6 000 Ethnic population 5 400 Marquesan South mqm 7 Shifting Statutory language of national identity 2004 Organic Law No 2004 192 Article 57 2 700 2007 census Ethnic population 3 270 Rapa ray 7 Shifting 300 2007 census Ethnic population 480 480 on the island many more on other islands esp Tahiti Tuamotuan pmt 7 Shifting Statutory language of national identity 2004 Organic Law No 2004 192 Article 57 4 000 2007 census Ethnic population 15 600 In Tuamotu islands many also on Tahiti Language Status Profile Click to enlarge with explanation Ethnologue Products Languages of French Polynesia An Ethnologue Country Report 20 pp 9 95 Language Map of French Polynesia License for single academic use of a high resolution watermark free map 24 95 Browse all products Amazon Recommendations Join the conversation Create a free account to post Feedback about a country

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  • Guam - Languages | Ethnologue
    Section 706 amended dominates in administration education and media Classification Indo European Germanic West English Comments United States military and dependents More Information Language Status Profile Click to enlarge with explanation Amazon Recommendations Join the conversation Create a free account to post Feedback about a country or language and be notified when others do the same Browse by Countries Language Names Language Codes Language Families Map Titles Products Current Edition

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