Samoan language

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Samoan
Gagana Samoa
Native toSamoa, American Samoa, immigrant populations in New Zealand, Australia and the United States
RegionPolynesia
EthnicitySamoan people
Native speakers
510,000 (2015)
Latin (Samoan alphabet)
Official status
Official language in
 Samoa
 American Samoa
Language codes
ISO 639-1sm
ISO 639-2smo
ISO 639-3smo
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Samoan is a language spoken in Samoa and American Samoa. It is the most spoken Polynesian language in the world, with over 500,000 native speakers, many of which are Samoan immigrants living in Australia, New Zealand and the United States.