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  1. The Tagbanwa script was used in the Philippines until the 17th century. Closely related to Baybayin , it is believed to have come from the Kawi script of Java , Bali and Sumatra , which in turn, descended from the Pallava script , one of the southern Indian scripts derived from Brahmi .

    • c. 1300–present
    • Abugida
  2. The following table contains the pronouns found in the Aborlan Tagbanwa language. Note: some forms are divided between full and short forms. Aborlan Tagbanwa pronouns [4]

    • 10,000 (2002), 5% monolingual (2002?)
    • Philippines
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    The Tagbanwa people ( Tagbanwa: ᝦᝪᝯ) are one of the oldest ethnic groups in the Philippines, and can be mainly found in the central and northern Palawan. Research has shown that the Tagbanwa are possible descendants of the Tabon Man, thus making them one of the original inhabitants of the Philippines. They are a brown-skinned, slim, and ...

  5. Central Tagbanwa language. Not to be confused with Aborlan Tagbanwa language or Calamian Tagbanwa language. Central Tagbanwa is spoken on Palawan Island in the Philippines. It is not mutually intelligible with the other languages of the Tagbanwa people .

    • (2,000 cited 1985)
    • Philippines
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  7. Tagbanwa (ᝦᝤᝪᝨᝯ) The Tagbanwa alphabet was used until the 17th century, and is closely related to Baybayin. It is thought to have descended from the Kawi script of Java, Bali and Sumatra, which in turn descended from the Pallava script, one of the southern Indian scripts derived from Brahmi .

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