Languages of the Philippines

2017-07-27T21:35:37+03:00[Europe/Moscow] en true Botolan language, Sambal language, Paranan language, Abellen language, Bajaw language, Philippine languages, Pandan Bikol language, Karay-a language, Maguindanao language, Masbateño language, Bontoc language, Calamian Tagbanwa language, American Sign Language, Hakka Chinese, Kapampangan language, Min Chinese, Sangirese language, Subanon language, Maranao language, Atta language, Central Bikol language, Chavacano, Waray language, Pangasinan language, Abaknon language, Cuyonon language, Palawano language, Matigsalug language, Spanish language in the Philippines, Bolinao language, Karao language, Tboli language, Caluyanon language, Taglish, Kalinga language, Arta language, Philippine Sign Language, Hokkien, Philippine Hokkien, Sama language, Philippine Spanish, Yakan language, Philippine Mandarin, Molbog language flashcards Languages of the Philippines
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  • Botolan language
    Botolan is a Sambalic language spoken by 32,867 (SIL 2000) Sambal, primarily in the Zambal municipalities of Botolan and Cabangan in the Philippines.
  • Sambal language
    Sambal or Sambali is a Sambalic language spoken primarily in the Zambal municipalities of Santa Cruz, Candelaria, Masinloc, Palauig, and Iba, and in the Pangasinense municipality of Infanta in the Philippines; speakers can also be found in Panitian, Quezon, Palawan and Barangay Mandaragat or Buncag of Puerto Princesa.
  • Paranan language
    Paranan, also called Palanan, is a Philippine language belonging to the Northern Luzon languages.
  • Abellen language
    Abellen, Abenlen, or Aburlin is a Sambalic language.
  • Bajaw language
    Bajaw is the language of the Bajaw 'Sea Gypsies' of Maritime Southeast Asia.
  • Philippine languages
    In linguistics, the Philippine languages are a 1991 proposal by Robert Blust that all the languages of the Philippines and northern Sulawesi—except Sama–Bajaw (languages of the "Sea Gypsies") and a few languages of Palawan—form a subfamily of Austronesian languages.
  • Pandan Bikol language
    Pandan Bikol, or Northern Catanduanes Bicolano, is one of the three groups of the Bikol languages.
  • Karay-a language
    The Karay-a language, Kinaray-a (Karay-a + the infix -in-) (ISO: krj), is an Austronesian regional language spoken by the Karay-a people, mainly in Antique in the Philippines as well as Iloilo and other provinces on the island of Panay.
  • Maguindanao language
    Maguindanaon is an Austronesian language spoken by majority of the population of Maguindanao Province in the Philippines.
  • Masbateño language
    Masbateño or Minasbate is a Bicol-Visayan language spoken by more than 600,000 people, primarily in the province of Masbate in the Philippines.
  • Bontoc language
    Bontoc (Bontok) /bɒnˈtɒk/ (also called Finallig) is the native language of the indigenous Bontoc people of the Mountain Province, in the northern part of the Philippines.
  • Calamian Tagbanwa language
    Calamian Tagbanwa is spoken on Palawan Island in the Philippines.
  • American Sign Language
    American Sign Language (ASL) is the predominant sign language of Deaf communities in the United States and most of anglophone Canada.
  • Hakka Chinese
    Hakka /ˈhækə/, also rendered Kejia, is one of the major groups of varieties of Chinese, spoken natively by the Hakka people in southern China, Taiwan, Hong Kong and throughout the diaspora areas of East Asia, Southeast Asia, and around the world.
  • Kapampangan language
    The Pampangan language or Kapampangan (Kulitan script: ) is one of the major languages of the Philippines.
  • Min Chinese
    Min or Miin (simplified Chinese: 闽语; traditional Chinese: 閩語; pinyin: Mǐn yǔ; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Bân gú; BUC: Mìng ngṳ̄) is a broad group of Chinese varieties spoken by over 70 million people in the southeastern Chinese province of Fujian as well as by migrants from this province in Guangdong (around Chaozhou-Swatou, or Chaoshan area, Leizhou peninsula and Part of Zhongshan), Hainan, three counties in southern Zhejiang, Zhoushan archipelago off Ningbo, some towns in Liyang, Jiangyin City in Jiangsu province, and Taiwan.
  • Sangirese language
    Sangirese, also known as Sangihé, Sangi, and Sangih, is an Austronesian language spoken on the islands linking northern Sulawesi, Indonesia, with Mindanao, Philippines by the Sangirese people.
  • Subanon language
    The Subanon language (also Subanen and Subanun) is an Austronesian language belonging to the Mindanao languages.
  • Maranao language
    Maranaoan (Maranao [ˈmәranaw] Mëranaw) is an Austronesian language spoken by the Maranao people in the provinces of Lanao del Norte and Lanao del Sur in the Philippines, and in Sabah, Malaysia.
  • Atta language
    Atta is a dialect cluster spoken by the Aeta (Agta) Negritos of the northern Philippines.
  • Central Bikol language
    Central Bikol, commonly called Bikol Naga, is the most-spoken language in the Bicol Region of southern Luzon, Philippines.
  • Chavacano
    Chavacano or Chabacano [tʃaβaˈkano] is a Spanish-based creole language spoken in the Philippines.
  • Waray language
    Waray is the fifth-most-spoken native regional language of the Philippines, specific to the provinces of Samar, Northern Samar, Eastern Samar, Biliran, and the north-east of Leyte Island (surrounding Tacloban).
  • Pangasinan language
    The Pangasinan language or Salitan Pangasinan is one of the major languages of the Philippines.
  • Abaknon language
    The Inabaknon language, also known as Abaknon, Abaknon Sama, Capuleño, Kapul, or Capul Sinama, is an Austronesian language primarily spoken in the Island Municipality of Capul of Northern Samar, in the Eastern Visayas Region of the Philippines.
  • Cuyonon language
    Cuyonon is a regional Visayan language spoken on the coast of Palawan, and the Cuyo Islands in the Philippines.
  • Palawano language
    The Palawano languages are spoken on the island of Palawan in the province of Palawan in the Philippines.
  • Matigsalug language
    Matigsalug (Matig-Salug Manobo) is a Manobo language of Mindanao in the Philippines.
  • Spanish language in the Philippines
    Spanish was the official language of the Philippines from the beginning of Spanish rule in the late 16th century, through the conclusion of the Spanish–American War in 1898.
  • Bolinao language
    The Bolinao language or Binubolinao is a Central Luzon language spoken primarily in the municipalities of Bolinao and Anda, Pangasinan in the Philippines.
  • Karao language
    Karao (also spelled Karaw) is a language of northern Luzon, Philippines.
  • Tboli language
    Tboli (pronunciation: /tbɔˈli/), also Tagabili or T'boli, is an Austronesian language spoken in the southern Philippine island of Mindanao, mainly in the province of South Cotabato but also in the neighboring provinces of Sultan Kudarat and Sarangani.
  • Caluyanon language
    Caluyanon is a regional Western Visayan language spoken in the Caluya Islands in Antique in the Philippines.
  • Taglish
    Taglish, or Englog, is code-switching between English and Tagalog, the common languages of the Philippines, that developed in Manila.
  • Kalinga language
    Kalinga is a dialect continuum of Kalinga Province in the Philippines, spoken by the Igorot people, alongside Ilocano.
  • Arta language
    Arta is a nearly extinct Negrito language of the northern Philippines.
  • Philippine Sign Language
    Philippine Sign Language, or Filipino Sign Language (FSL), is the national deaf sign language of the Philippines.
  • Hokkien
    Hokkien /hɒˈkiɛn/ (from Chinese: 福建話; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Hok-kiàn-oē) is a group of mutually intelligible Min Nan Chinese dialects spoken throughout Southeastern China, Taiwan, Southeast Asia, and by many other overseas Chinese.
  • Philippine Hokkien
    Philippine Fukien (Chinese: 咱儂話; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Lán-lâng-ōe; literally: "our people's language"), known as Hokkien in the Philippines, is the Hokkien dialect of Min Nan as spoken by about 98.
  • Sama language
    The Sama language, Sinama (Sama + the infix -in-; also known as Siyamal and Bajau), is the language of Sama people of the Sulu Archipelago and the Bajau of Sabah, Malaysia.
  • Philippine Spanish
    Philippine Spanish (Spanish: Español filipino, Castellano filipino) is a variant of standard Spanish spoken in the Philippines mostly by Spanish Filipinos.
  • Yakan language
    Yakan is a Sama–Bajaw language of Basilan Island in the Philippines.
  • Philippine Mandarin
    Philippine Mandarin (simplified Chinese: 菲律宾华语; traditional Chinese: 菲律賓華語; pinyin: Fēilùbīn Huáyǔ) is a variety of Standard Mandarin Chinese widely spoken by Chinese Filipinos.
  • Molbog language
    Molbog is an Austronesian language spoken in the Philippines and Sabah, Malaysia.