Tolaki is a Malayo-Polynesian language spoken in south east Sulawesi in Indonesia by about 330,000 people, mainly in the the town of Kendari, the subdivisions of Kolaka and Konawe, and in the Mekongga mountains near the town of Soroako. The language is also known as Tolakinese or To'olaki.
Dialects of Tolaki include: Wiwirano (Nohina), Asera (Noie), Konawe (Tambuoki / Kioki), Mekongga (Norio / Tamboki / Konio) and Laiwui.
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