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ID a Name b 39= TRANSPACIFIC phylozone
ID a 39= index
Attributes
Zone f pdf
Page g 325
LSName h TRANSPACIFIC
LSType i zone
Grouping j phylo
IsNotional k no
Notes l covers the "Transpacific" grouping, part of the "Oceanic" affinity within the "Austronesian" intercontinental affinity; comprising 3 sets of languages (= 57 outer languages) spoken by communities in Australasia, on islands across the Pacific Ocean from the Caroline Islands to Hawaii and Easter Island: 39-A ROTUMA 39-B BAU+NADROGA 39-C NUKUORO+RAPANUI The island languages and communities of the Nukuoro+ Rapanui set (& chain) extend well over a quarter of the way around the planet, from the Caroline islands to Easter island (from 154°E to 109°W)
Scale o 5
Statistics
3 Sets • 4 Chains • 22 Nets • 57 OuterLanguages • 166 InnerLanguages • 21 Dialects • 12 ISO-639-Relatives
Relatives
ISO-639 A ISO-639-5-Collective-poz Malayo-Polynesian
GeoEntity C Chile | Fiji | Micronesia | New Caledonia | Samoa | New Zealand | Papua New Guinea | Solomon Islands | Tokelau | Tuvalu | Vanuatu | Wallis and Futuna | United States
3 Nodes assigned
1 39-A Rotuma
2 39-B Bau + Nadroga
3 39-C Nukuoro + Rapanui

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