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List of major and official Austronesian languages

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

This is a list of major and official Austronesian languages, a language family originating from Taiwan, that is widely dispersed throughout the islands of Southeast Asia and the Pacific, with a few members spoken on continental Asia and Madagascar.

Official languages

Sovereign countries

Language Speakers Native name Official status
Chamic languages 5,000,000 Bahsa Acèh/بهسا اچيه/Bahsa Cam/بهسا تشام  Vietnam
 Indonesia
Fijian 639,210 Na Vosa Vakaviti  Fiji
Tagalog (Filipino) 20,000,000 (L1)
80,000,000 (L2)
Wikang Filipino/Tagalog  Philippines
Formosan languages 171,855 many variants  Taiwan
Gilbertese 103,000 Taetae ni Kiribati  Kiribati
Hiri Motu 120,000 (L2) Hiri Motu  Papua New Guinea
Malay (Malaysian/Indonesian) 250,000,000 Bahasa Melayu/Bahasa Malaysia/Bahasa Indonesia/بهاس ملايو  Malaysia
 Indonesia
 Singapore
 Brunei
Malagasy 18,000,000 Fiteny Malagasy  Madagascar
Māori 150,000 Te Reo Māori  New Zealand
Marshallese 55,000 Kajin M̧ajeļ  Marshall Islands
Nauruan 6,000 Dorerin Naoero  Nauru
Palauan 15,000 Tekoi er a Belau  Palau
Samoan 510,000 Gagana Sāmoa  Samoa
Tetum 800,000 Lia-Tetun  East Timor
Tongan 108,000 Lea Faka-Tonga  Tonga
Tuvaluan 13,000 Te Ggana/Gagana Tuuvalu  Tuvalu

Territories

Language Speakers Native name Official status Country
Carolinian 5,700 Refaluwasch  Northern Mariana Islands  United States
Chamorro 95,000 Fino' Chamoru  Guam
 Northern Mariana Islands
 United States
Cook Islands Māori 14,000 Māori Kūki 'Āirani
Te Reo Ipukarea
 Cook Islands  New Zealand
Hawaiian 24,000 ʻŌlelo Hawaiʻi  Hawaii  United States
Kanak  New Caledonia  France
Niuean 8,000 Ko e Vagahau Niuē  Niue  New Zealand
Rapa Nui 5,000 Vananga Rapa Nui  Easter Island  Chile
Samoan 55,000 Gagana Sāmoa  American Samoa  United States
Sonsorolese 600 Ramari Dongosaro
Flag of Sonsorol.svg
Sonsorol
 Palau
Tahitian 120,000 Reo Mā'ohi/Tahiti  French Polynesia  France
Tobian 100 Ramarih Hatohobei
Flag of Hatohobei.svg
Hatohobei
 Palau
Tokelauan 3,500 Gagana Tokelau  Tokelau  New Zealand

Major languages

Languages with at least 3 million native speakers

Dialects and creoles

Dialects of major Austronesian languages
Creoles and pidgins based on Austronesian languages

See also

References

This page was last edited on 15 September 2020, at 01:03
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