The new Guam quarter dollar coin has the words "Guahan I Tanó ManChamorro" -- Chamorro for "Guam -- Land of the Chamorro". Ray Gibson was asking on the radio this morning if any other US coins have carried language that is not English or Latin? I can't think of any -- up to this point.
However, the new quarter recognizing American Samoa carries the Samoan phrase "Samoa Muamua le atua" ("In Samoa, God is first"). The quarter for Puerto Rico carries carry the Spanish phase "Isla del Encanto" ("the enchanted island").