Western Fijian language
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|Region||western half of Viti Levu, Yasawa Islands and Mamanuca Islands|
|(57,000 cited 1977)|
It is distinct from Eastern Fijian (also known as Bauan or Standard Fijian), though it is not taught in schools. Colonial linguists considered Eastern Fijian to be superior, and thus marginalized Western Fijian.
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