San Cristobal languages


San Cristobal languages

Infobox Language family
name=San Cristobal
region=San Cristobal (Solomon Islands)
familycolor=Austronesian
fam2=Malayo-Polynesian (MP)
fam3=Central Eastern MP
fam4=Eastern MP
fam5=Oceanic
fam6=Central-Eastern Oceanic
fam7=Southeast Solomonic
fam8=Malaita-San Cristobal
child1=Kahua
child2=Arosi
child3=Bauro
child4=Fagani
child5=Owa

The family of San Cristobal languages is a subgroup of the Malaita-San Cristobal languages. It consists of 5 languages spoken on the Island of San Cristobal in the Solomon Islands.

Components

*Kahua
*Arosi
*Bauro
*Fagani
*Owa


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