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Tahitian (Reo Tahiti, part of Reo Mā'ohi, languages of French Polynesia) is a Polynesian language, spoken mainly in the Society Islands in French Polynesia. It belongs to the Eastern Polynesian group. Tahitian has distinctions between formal, written varieties and spoken ones. Tahitian is formally called reo mii'ohi in Tahitian, 'the Ma'ohi (indigenous) language.' This term is intended to cover all of the indigenous languages of French Polynesia, but in practice usually means Tahitian, as this is the majority Polynesian language.

For French Polynesia, the recognised regional languages are Tahitian, Marquesan, Tuamotuan (Pa'umotu or Paumotu), Mangarevan, Raivavae, Rurutu and Rapa. Tahitian was first transcribed from the oral spoken language into writing by missionaries of the London Missionary Society in the early 19th century.

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