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Language: Fijian
Number of speakers: 330000
Language code: fij
Alternate names: Eastern Fijian, Fiji, Fijian, Standard Fijian
Where spoken: Fiji

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  • Language classification: Austronesian, Malayo-Polynesian, Central-Eastern Malayo-Polynesian, Eastern Malayo-Polynesian, Oceanic, Central-Eastern Oceanic, Remote Oceanic, Central Pacific, East Fijian-Polynesian, East Fijian
  • Dialects: Baaravi, Bau, Bauan, Baumaa, Bua, Central Vanua Levu, Dogotuki Saqani, Kadavu, Korolau, Labasa, Lovoni, Lutu, Mbau, Nabalebale, Nabukelevu, Naimasimasi, Namena, Nandrau, Navakasiga, Navatu-B, Navatu-C, Naweni, Northeast Vanua Levu, Northeast Viti Levu, Ono, Savusavu, Seaqaaqaa, Soolevu, Southeast Vanua Levu, Southeast Viti Levu, Tavuki, Tokaimalo, Tunuloa, Waidina, West Vanua Levu
  • Also spoken in: Nauru, New Zealand, United States, Vanuatu
  • Region: East half of Viti Levu and eastern offshore islands, Kadavu island, Vanua Levu and offshore islands, Nayau, Lakeba, Oneata, Moce, Komo, Namuka, Kabara, Vulaga, Ogea, and Vatoa islands. Also in Nauru, New Zealand, United States, Vanuatu.