Proto-Polynesian

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proto- +‎ Polynesian

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Proto-Polynesian (countable and uncountable, plural Proto-Polynesians)

  1. (linguistics, uncountable) The hypothetical ancestor language or protolanguage of most Polynesian languages.
  2. (anthropology, countable) A person who spoke the Proto-Polynesian language.

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Proto-Polynesian (not comparable)

  1. (linguistics, anthropology) Of or pertaining to the Proto-Polynesian language, or the people who spoke it.

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