|Region||Futuna Island, Wallis and Futuna and New Caledonia|
(6,600 cited 1986–1987)|
3,600 in Wallis and Futuna (2011)
Futunan or Futunian is the Polynesian language spoken on Futuna (and Alofi). The term East-Futunan is also used to distinguish it from the related West Futunan (Futuna-Aniwan) spoken on the outlier islands of Futuna and Aniwa in Vanuatu.
Ca. 1987, Fakafutuna was spoken by 3,600 on Futuna, as well as by some of the 3,000 migrant workers in New Caledonia.
- An online French–Futunan dictionary
- Database of audio recordings in Futunan (Fakafutuna) - basic Catholic prayers