^d Rapa Nui and Tahitian largely share the same numerals. Numbers higher than ten are expressed in Tahitian .
^e Hiri Motu , one of Papua New Guinean official languages.
^f Trans–New Guinea languages are a separate family of languages from the Austronesian languages , but tend to be strongly influenced by Austronesian languages , especially in words for numbers.
^g The Papuan languages are those languages of the western Pacific island of New Guinea , and neighbouring islands, that are neither Austronesian nor Australian . See main article, Indo-Pacific languages .