Owa is a member of the Southeast Solomonic languages and is spoken in the southern part of the island of Makira as well as the Owaraha and Owariki islands in the Solomon Islands. It was formerly called Santa Ana, under which name several Anglican publications of the Church of the Province of Melanesia have been printed in this language from 1938 to the present.
- Fagarafenga ni Gomagomaafatani mana Manuurafitani mana Ngau Apuna ana i na woita i owa Rafa 1956 translation of Anglican liturgical services into this language digitized by Richard Mammana
- Materials on Owa are included in the open access Arthur Capell collections (AC1 and AC2) held by Paradisec.
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