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  1. Northern Luzon languages - Wikipedia

    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The Northern Luzon languages (also known as the Cordilleran languages) are one of the few established large groups within Philippine languages. These are mostly located in and around the Cordillera Central of northern Luzon in the Philippines. Among its major languages are Ilokano, Pangasinan and Ibanag

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  2. Northeastern Luzon languages - Wikipedia

    The Northeastern Luzon languages is a primary subgroup of the Northern Luzon languages, proposed by Robinson & Lobel (2013) based on historical phonology, functors, and lexicon. Classification. Robinson & Lobel (2013:148) propose the following internal subgrouping for the Northeastern Luzon languages. Northeastern Luzon Dupaningan Agta (core)

  3. Luzon - Wikipedia

    Luzon (Tagalog pronunciation: or ) is the largest and most populous island in the Philippines.It is ranked 15th largest in the world by land area.Located in the northern portion of the archipelago, it is the economic and political center of the nation, being home to the country's capital city, Manila, as well as Quezon City, the country's most populous city.

    • 109,965 km² (42,458 sq mi)
    • 53,336,134 (2015)
  4. Central Cordilleran languages - Wikipedia

    The Central Cordilleran languages are a group of closely related languages within the Northern Luzon subgroup of the Austronesian language family.They are spoken in the interior highlands of Northern Luzon in the Cordillera Central mountain range.

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  6. Philippine languages - Wikipedia

    Northern Luzon languages (40 languages, including Ilokano and Pangasinan) Central Luzon languages (5 languages, including Sambal and Kapampangan ) Northern Mindoro languages (or North Mangyan; 3 languages)

  7. Central Luzon languages - Wikipedia

    The Central Luzon languages are a group of languages belonging to the Philippine languages. These are predominantly spoken in the western portions of Central Luzon in the Philippines. One of them, Kapampangan, is the major language of the Pampanga-Mount Pinatubo area. However, despite having three to four million speakers, it is threatened by ...

  8. Baguio. From Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Jump to navigation Jump to search. Baguio City, Luzon. Baguio City is a city in the Northern Luzon, Philippines . This short article about Asia can be made longer. You can help Wikipedia by adding to it. Retrieved from " ".

  9. Philippine Negrito languages - Wikipedia

    (Lobel (2010) lists the following Negrito languages that are spoken on the eastern coast of Luzon Island, listed from north to south.) Dupaningan Agta (Northern Luzon branch) Pahanan Agta; Casiguran Agta; Umiray Dumaget; Remontado Dumagat; Inagta Alabat; Manide (unclassified) Inagta Partido; Inagta Rinconada

  10. Northern Luzon languages : definition of Northern Luzon ... Luzon languages/en-en

    From Wikipedia. The Northern Luzon languages are one of the few established large groups of languages in the Philippines, with over forty closely languages in and around the Cordillera Central of northern Luzon.

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