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Tokelauan is classified in the Samoic‐Outlier branch of the Polynesian language family and is most closely related to the Ellicean languages spoken on the islands of the Northern Atoll Arc that reaches, west to east, from the Solomon Islands to the Northern Cook Islands. Tokelauan is mutually intelligible with Tuvalua. Tokelauan is a Polynesian language closely related to the Samoan language as well as the Tuvaluan language.

Many regional sub-dialects are present. Olohega dialect is a mix of Tokelau and Samoan. Other variations are present as variation in hikuleo (end of the voice).

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