The Marshallese language is a Malayo-Polynesian language. It is an official language of the Marshall Islands, along with English, and is used as the language of instruction in most primary schools. Marshallese is written with the Latin alphabet.

Map of Marshallese language speakers.
Map of Marshallese language speakers.

Basic stats

Totsal speakers: 43,000

Main Countries: Marshall Islands, Nauru

Alternate names: Ebon

ISO 639-3 Code: mah

Language Sample

Armij otemjej rej rujlok ilo anemkwoj im jonon utiej eo im maron ko air wot juon. Emwij lelok non ir maron in bukot non ir make im bareinwot boklikot kin men ko rej tomaki im bwe jerbal non dron ilo juon jitobon jimpenjatin

(Declaration of Human Rights, Article 1)

Product Availability

The following products are currently available in Marshallese:

  • For Consumers

(Coming soon)


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