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P (Languages That Filipino Used)

PALAWANO, BROOKE'S POINT

[PLW] 15,000 to 20,000 (1998 SIL).Southeastern Palawan. Alternate names: PALAWAN, BROOKE'S POINT PALAWAN, PALAWEÃ'O, PALAWANUN.Dialects: SOUTH PALAWANO (BUGSUK PALAWANO).Classification: Austronesian, Malayo-Polynesian, Western Malayo-Polynesian, Meso Philippine, Palawano.

PALAWANO, CENTRAL

[PLC] 12,000 (1981 UBS). 40,549 all Palawano (1990 census).Central Palawan. Alternate names: QUEZON PALAWANO, PALAWANEN, PALAWEÃ'O.Classification: Austronesian, Malayo-Polynesian, Western Malayo-Polynesian, Meso Philippine, Palawano.

M (Languages That Filipino Used)

MAGAHAT

[MTW] Southwestern Negros, Mt. Arniyo near Bayawan. Alternate names: BUKIDNON, ATA-MAN.Classification: Austronesian, Malayo-Polynesian, Western Malayo-Polynesian, Meso Philippine, Central Philippine.

MAGINDANAON

[MDH] 1,000,000 (1999 WA) including 766,565 Magindanaon (1990 census), 241,000 Iranun (1981 SIL), 1.7% of the population.Maguindanao, North Cotabato, South Cotabato, Sultan Kuderat, and Zamboanga del Sur provinces; Iranun also in Bukidnon, Mindanao. Alternate names: MAGUINDANAO, MAGINDANAW.Dialects: LAYA, ILUD, BIWANGAN, SIBUGAY, IRANUN (ILANON, ILLANON, ILANUM, IRANON), TAGAKAWANAN.Classification: Austronesian, Malayo-Polynesian, Western Malayo-Polynesian, Southern Philippine, Danao, Magindanao.

I (Languages That Filipino Used)

I-WAK

[IWK] 2,000 to 3,000 (1987 SIL).Reported to live in the following villages: Tojongan, Bakes, Lebeng, Domolpos, Bujasjas, Kayo-ko, Salaksak (in Kayapa), extreme eastern Itogon, Benguet Province, Luzon. I-wak people also live in Capintalan in Nueva Ecija, but speak only Kallahan. Alternate names: IWAAK.Classification: Austronesian, Malayo-Polynesian, Western Malayo-Polynesian, Northern Philippine, Northern Luzon, South-Central Cordilleran, Southern Cordilleran, Pangasinic, Benguet, Iwaak.

IBALOI

[IBL] 111,449 (1990 census).Central and southern Benguet Province, western Nueva Vizcaya Province, Luzon. Alternate names: IBALOY, IBADOY, INIBALOI, NABALOI, BENGUET-IGOROT, IGODOR.Dialects: DAKLAN, KABAYAN, BOKOD.Classification: Austronesian, Malayo-Polynesian, Western Malayo-Polynesian, Northern Philippine, Northern Luzon, South-Central Cordilleran, Southern Cordilleran, Pangasinic, Benguet, Ibaloi-Karao.

K (Languages That Filipino Used)

KAGAYANEN

[CGC] 23,000 (1992 SIL).Cagayan Island, between Negros and Palawan, and communities on the coast of Palawan. Alternate names: CAGAYANO CILLO, CAGAYANCILLO.Classification: Austronesian, Malayo-Polynesian, Western Malayo-Polynesian, Southern Philippine, Manobo, North.

KALAGAN

[KQE] 21,402 (1990 census).Along east and west shores of Davao Gulf in Davao del Sur and Davao Oriental. Dialects: ISAMAL, PISO, TUMUAONG, LACTAN.Classification: Austronesian, Malayo-Polynesian, Western Malayo-Polynesian, Meso Philippine, Central Philippine, Mansakan, Western.

H (Languages That Filipino Used)

HANUNOO

[HNN] 10,000 to 12,000 (1991 OMF).Southern Oriental Mindoro. Alternate names: HANONOO.Dialects: GUBATNON (GUBAT, SORSOGONON), BINLI, KAGANKAN, WAIGAN, WAWAN, BULALAKAWNON.Classification: Austronesian, Malayo-Polynesian, Western Malayo-Polynesian, Meso Philippine, South Mangyan, Hanunoo.

HIGAONON

[MBA] 30,000 (1996 NTM).Misamis Oriental, south of Ginoog City, north central Mindanao. Alternate names: MISAMIS HIGAONON MANOBO.Classification: Austronesian, Malayo-Polynesian, Western Malayo-Polynesian, Southern Philippine, Manobo, North.

 

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