Tokelauan
noun see Tokelau Islands

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  • Tokelauan — Le tokelauan (ou tokelauien) est une langue polynésienne, parlée dans les îles Tokelau. Sommaire 1 Divers 2 Voir aussi 2.1 Liens internes 2.2 Bibliographie …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Tokelauan — 1. noun a) A person from Tokelau or of Tokelauan descent. b) The Polynesian language of the Tokelauan people. 2. adjective Of, from, or pertaining to Tokelau, the Tokelauan people or language …   Wiktionary

  • Tokelauan — See Tokelau Islands. * * * …   Universalium

  • tokelauan — to·ke·lau·an …   English syllables

  • tokelauan — |tōkə|lau̇ən noun ( s) Usage: capitalized Etymology: Tokelau islands, central Pacific ocean + English an : a native or inhabitant of the Tokelau islands of western Samoa …   Useful english dictionary

  • Tokelauan language — Tokelauan is an Austronesian language.peakersIt is spoken by about 1,700 people on the atolls of Tokelau, and by the few inhabitants of Swains Island in neighbouring American Samoa. It is a member of the Samoic family of Polynesian languages. It… …   Wikipedia

  • Tokelauan self-determination referendum, 2007 — A referendum on self determination was held in Tokelau on 20 October and on 22–24 October 2007 [http://www.tokelau.org.nz/bulletin/bulletin22.html Bulletin of the Tokelau Government] , October 19, 2007] cite press release | title = Decolonization …   Wikipedia

  • Tokelauan self-determination referendum, 2006 — The Tokelau self determination referendum of 2006, supervised by the United Nations [cite news|publisher=NZHerald|title=New Zealand s last colony to vote on future|date=10 Feb 2006|url=http://www.nzherald.co.nz/section/story.cfm?c id=1… …   Wikipedia

  • Tokelauan general election, 2008 — Parliamentary elections were held in Tokelau on 17 January, 18 January and 19 January 2008. [ [http://www.kriss.net/tokelau/english/elections/election2008.html Self Determination ] ] References …   Wikipedia

  • Niuatoputapu language — Tokelauan Spoken in Tonga Extinct 19th century Language family Austronesian Malayo Polynesian Oceanic …   Wikipedia

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