Tahitian language resources – Language Links Database
Tahitian (autonym Reo Tahiti, part of Reo Māꞌohi, languages of French Polynesia) is a Polynesian language, spoken mainly on the Society Islands in French Polynesia. It belongs to the Eastern Polynesian group.
As Tahitian had no written tradition before the arrival of the Western colonists, the spoken language was first transcribed by missionaries of the London Missionary Society in the early 19th century.
More information: Wikipedia
Native speakers: 68,260 (2007 census)
Official language in: French Polynesia
farevanaa.pf - Tahitian-French, French-Tahitian Bilingual Dictionary, with translated sentences