The Austronesian Language Family

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  1. Atayalic: Atayal, Seediq
  2. Tsouic
    1. Rukai: Rukai
    2. Tsouic: Kanakanabu, Saaroa, Tsou
  3. Paiwanic:
    1. Amis, Bunun, Kavalan, Kaxabu, Paiwan, Puyuma, Pazeh, Saisiyat, Sakizaya, Thao 
    2. Sinicized: 
         †Basay, †Babuza, †Hoanya
      , Kbalan, Ketangalan, Kulon,Luilang, Papora, Qauqaut,Siraya, †Taivuan, Taokas
  4. Malayo-Polynesian:
    1. Western Malayo-Polynesian    > Click Here
      1. Chamorro
      2. Palauan
      3. Northern Philippines
      4. Southern Philippines
      5. Meso-Philippines
      6. South Mindanao
      7. Sama-Bajaw
      8. Sundic
      9. Borneo
      10. Sulawesi
    2. Central-Eastern Malayo-Polynesian
      1. Central Malayo-Polynesian   > Click Here
        1. Aru
        2. Babar
        3. Bima-Sumba
        4. Central Maluku
        5. Southeast Maluku
        6. Teor-Kur
        7. Timor
        8. West Damar
      2. Eastern Malayo-Polynesian   > Click Here
        1. South Halmahera-Geelvink Bay:
        2. Oceanic:
          • Sarmi-Yotafa:
          • Siassi:
          • Markham
          • Papuan Tip
          • Kimbe
          • New Britain
          • New Ireland-Tolai
          • Admiralty Islands
          • Bougainville
          • Choiseul
          • New Georgia
          • Santa Isabela
          • Santa Cruz Islands
          • Southern Vanuatu
          • New Caledonia
          • Loyalty
          • Remote Oceanic
            • Micronesian
            • Southeast Solomons
            • Central and Northern Vanuatu
            • Central Pacific
  • Note:  Languages and language groups preceded by a dagger (†) are extinct.

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