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Marau Wawa is an extinct language once spoken on Marau Island, off Makira in the Solomon Islands. (The island was actually named Wawa; marau just means "island".) The last speaker was old in 1919; the island had been abandoned after a raid some years earlier. The language may have been one of the Makira languages, but it was quite distinct.
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