The Galoli, or Galolen, are a people of East Timor with a population of about 50,000, primarily along the northern coast of the district of Manatuto. To the west lies the Mambai people. There is an old colony on the southern coast of Wetar island, the Talo, who speak the Talur dialect.

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  • Die Galoli (Lo'ok, Galole, Galolen, Glolen, Galóli) sind eine Ethnie und Sprache in Osttimor mit etwa 50.000 Angehörigen, die hauptsächlich an der Nordküste der Gemeinde Manatuto leben. Einige Bewohner der Südküste Wetars sprechen ebenfalls Galoli. Sie sind die Nachkommen von Timoresen, die hier eine Kolonie gründeten. Ihr Dialekt Talo ist immer noch für Galolisprecher verständlich. (de)
  • Le galoli est une langue austronésienne parlée au Timor oriental. Il appartient à la branche malayo-polynésienne des langues austronésiennes. (fr)
  • The Galoli, or Galolen, are a people of East Timor with a population of about 50,000, primarily along the northern coast of the district of Manatuto. To the west lies the Mambai people. There is an old colony on the southern coast of Wetar island, the Talo, who speak the Talur dialect. Their language, also known as Galoli, is one of the Timor–Babar group of Austronesian languages. It is one of the national languages designated by the constitution of East Timor. Because the area was used as a trading center for different cultures, there are a large number of foreign loan words in the vocabulary, principally from Moluccan and Malay languages. Although it is not spoken by as many people as other national languages, it was adopted by the Roman Catholic Church in the district of Manatuto and thus has become fixed in grammars and dictionaries. (en)
  • O galóli é uma das "línguas nacionais" de Timor-Leste, falada por cerca de 50 mil pessoas no norte do distrito de Manatuto. O galóli é de origem austronésica ou malaio-polinésia e apesar de, percentualmente, não ser das principais línguas do país, assume alguma importância em Timor-Leste, na medida em que foi adoptado pela Igreja no distrito de Manatuto e, por isso, fixado em gramáticas e dicionários. Têm o estatuto de "línguas oficiais" de Timor-Leste o tétum e o português. (pt)
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  • 2010 (xsd:integer)
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  • Talur
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  • Wetar–Galoli
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  • Austronesian
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  • Galoli
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  • Distribution of Galoli mother tongue-speakers in East Timor. Galoli is also spoken on the south coast of Wetar Island in Indonesia, just off the top of the map.
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  • Die Galoli (Lo'ok, Galole, Galolen, Glolen, Galóli) sind eine Ethnie und Sprache in Osttimor mit etwa 50.000 Angehörigen, die hauptsächlich an der Nordküste der Gemeinde Manatuto leben. Einige Bewohner der Südküste Wetars sprechen ebenfalls Galoli. Sie sind die Nachkommen von Timoresen, die hier eine Kolonie gründeten. Ihr Dialekt Talo ist immer noch für Galolisprecher verständlich. (de)
  • Le galoli est une langue austronésienne parlée au Timor oriental. Il appartient à la branche malayo-polynésienne des langues austronésiennes. (fr)
  • O galóli é uma das "línguas nacionais" de Timor-Leste, falada por cerca de 50 mil pessoas no norte do distrito de Manatuto. O galóli é de origem austronésica ou malaio-polinésia e apesar de, percentualmente, não ser das principais línguas do país, assume alguma importância em Timor-Leste, na medida em que foi adoptado pela Igreja no distrito de Manatuto e, por isso, fixado em gramáticas e dicionários. Têm o estatuto de "línguas oficiais" de Timor-Leste o tétum e o português. (pt)
  • The Galoli, or Galolen, are a people of East Timor with a population of about 50,000, primarily along the northern coast of the district of Manatuto. To the west lies the Mambai people. There is an old colony on the southern coast of Wetar island, the Talo, who speak the Talur dialect. (en)
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  • Galoli (de)
  • Galoli language (en)
  • Galoli (fr)
  • Língua galóli (pt)
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  • Galoli (en)
  • Galolen (en)
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