|Native to||Solomon Islands|
|Region||South Rendova Island, Western Province.|
|1,900 (1999 census)|
The Touo language is sometimes called the Baniata or Lokuru language, after the largest two villages where the language is spoken. The word Touo comes from the ethnonym that Touo speakers use to refer to themselves.
Terrill, Angela; Dunn, Michael (2003). "Orthographic design in the Solomon Islands: The social, historical, and linguistic situation of Touo (Baniata)". Written Language & Literacy. 6 (2): 177–192. doi:10.1075/wll.6.2.03ter.
- Paradisec has two collections of Arthur Cappell's materials (AC1, AC2) that include Touo language materials.
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