The Kwara'ae language (previously called Fiu after the location of many of its speakers) is spoken in the north of Malaita Island in the Solomon Islands. In 1999 there were 32,400 people known to speak the language. It is the largest indigenous vernacular of the Solomon Islands.

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  • Le kwara’ae (ou fiu) est une des langues des Salomon du Sud-Est, parlée par 32 400 locuteurs (1999) à Malaita. C'est la principale langue vernaculaire des Salomon et de nombreux locuteurs l'ont comme langue seconde. (fr)
  • The Kwara'ae language (previously called Fiu after the location of many of its speakers) is spoken in the north of Malaita Island in the Solomon Islands. In 1999 there were 32,400 people known to speak the language. It is the largest indigenous vernacular of the Solomon Islands. (en)
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  • Le kwara’ae (ou fiu) est une des langues des Salomon du Sud-Est, parlée par 32 400 locuteurs (1999) à Malaita. C'est la principale langue vernaculaire des Salomon et de nombreux locuteurs l'ont comme langue seconde. (fr)
  • The Kwara'ae language (previously called Fiu after the location of many of its speakers) is spoken in the north of Malaita Island in the Solomon Islands. In 1999 there were 32,400 people known to speak the language. It is the largest indigenous vernacular of the Solomon Islands. (en)
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  • Kwara'ae (fr)
  • Kwara'ae language (en)
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  • Fiu (en)
  • Kwara'ae (en)
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