are a small but historically important subgroup of Central Eastern Polynesian languages
- Marquesan languages of the Marquesas Islands in French Polynesia
- Mangarevan, spoken in the Gambier Islands (also in French Polynesia)
- Hawaiian in its various forms
- Puka-Pukan, spoken in Puka-Puka and the Disappointment Islands in northeastern Tuamotu.
The closest relatives of the Marquesic Languages are Rapan, spoken on Rapa in the Austral Islands, and the Tahitic languages.