Tongic languages

Tongic
The family of Tongic languages is a small group of the Polynesian languages.wikipedia
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Tongan language

TonganTongaton
It consists of at least two languages, Tongan and Niuean, and possibly a third, Niuafoʻouan.
Together with Niuean, it forms the Tongic subgroup of Polynesian.

Niuean language

NiueanNiueniu
It consists of at least two languages, Tongan and Niuean, and possibly a third, Niuafoʻouan.
Together, Tongan and Niuean form the Tongic subgroup of the Polynesian languages.

Niuafoʻou language

Niuafo'ou languageEast Uvean–Niuafo'ou languagesEast Uvean–Niuafoou
It consists of at least two languages, Tongan and Niuean, and possibly a third, Niuafoʻouan.
However, recent research suggests that it is closest to its neighbor, Tongan, as one of the Tongic languages.

Polynesian languages

PolynesianPolynesian languageEastern Polynesian
The family of Tongic languages is a small group of the Polynesian languages.

Niue

Malayo-Polynesian languages

Malayo-PolynesianMalayo-Polynesian languageMalayo-Polynesian language group

Nuclear Polynesian languages

Nuclear PolynesianNuclear Polynesian language
Nuclear Polynesian is differentiated, among Polynesian languages, by its distinguishing characteristics from the Tongic languages spoken in most of Tonga and in Niue.

Anuta language

AnutaAnutanaud
Anuta is generally regarded as Nuclear Polynesian language, although it bears considerable Tongic influence.

Nukuria language

NukuriaNugurianur
The Nuclear Polynesian languages are classified as languages in this region that are not a Tongic language (Tongan and Niuean).