Marshallese Language Translation

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About Marshallese Language

The Marshallese Language is a Malayo-Polynesian language of the Marshall Islands. This language has two major dialects namely Ralik and Ratak. Marshallese language has 22 consonants and a supplementary velar central approximant consonant. The grammar of this language is quite complex as in it one word can have several different meanings, like the word yokwe means hello, good-bye, you are a rainbow and is also used to show sympathy.

It can be said that the translator who has complete knowledge of this language in regard to translation and else while will be able to perform quality and accurate translations.

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About Marshallese Language

Kajin M̧ajeļ or Kajin Maj§l

Country Where Spoken

Marshall Islands, Nauru

Official Language of

Marshall Islands



Alternate Names


Total Speakers


Language Family

Austronesian, Central-Eastern, Malayo-Polynesian, Marshallese, Micronesian, Micronesian Proper, Oceanic


Ratak, Ujelang, island