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Rarotongan, also called Cook Islands Maori, became an official language of the Cook Islands in 2003. It refers to the Maori language (including its various dialects) as spoken or written in any island of the Cook Islands, and is deemed to include Pukapukan as spoken or written in Pukapuka. It also includes Maori that conforms to the national standard for Maori approved by Kopapa Reo.
It is closely related to Tahitian and New Zealand Maori and there is a degree of mutual intelligibility with these two languages. Most Cook Islanders also call it Te reo Ipukarea, literally "the language of the Ancestral Homeland". The language is regulated by the kopapa reo created in 2003.
Rarotongan is considered by scholars as a distinct language closely related with Samoan and the language spoken on the three atolls of Tokelau.
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