|Native to||Solomon Islands|
|Native speakers||3,324 (1999)|
The Tikopia language is a Polynesian Outlier language from the island of Tikopia in the Solomon Islands. It is closely related to the Anuta language of the neighboring island of Anuta. Tikopian is also spoken by the Polynesian minority on Vanikoro, who long ago migrated from Tikopia.
- Te Rotu Te Kau Kava Tapu Anglican Holy Communion in Tikopia
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