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  1. Filipino language - Wikipedia

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Filipino_language

    New English–Filipino Filipino–English Dictionary, by Maria Odulio de Guzman ISBN 971-08-1776-0 "When I was a child I spoke as a child": Reflecting on the Limits of a Nationalist Language Policy by Danilo Manarpaac. In: The politics of English as a world language: new horizons in postcolonial cultural studies by Christian Mair.

  2. Filipino - Wikipedia

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    Filipino may refer to: . Something from or related to the Philippines. Filipino language, the national language and one of the official languages of the Philippines; Filipinos, called to the people or citizen of the Philippines or the ethnic group that identifies people from the Philippines

  3. Tagalog language - Simple English Wikipedia, the free ...

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    Tagalog is one of the main languages spoken in the Philippines. More than 22 million people speak it as their first language. It was originally spoken by the Tagalog people in the Philippines, who were mainly in Bulacan, Cavite, and some parts of Luzon. Now, Tagalog is spoken nationwide, just like English, and is a mix of Spanish, Malay, and English. It originally was used with an abugida, the Baybayin script, but the Latin alphabet is now used.

    • 28 million (2007), 96% of the Philippines can speak Tagalog (2000)
    • Tagalog people
  4. Ilocano language - Wikipedia

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    The language is also spoken in the United States, with Hawaii and California having the largest number of speakers. It is the third most spoken non-English language in Hawaii after Tagalog and Japanese, with 17% of those speaking languages other than English at home (25.4% of the population) speaking the language.

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  6. Kapampangan language - Simple English Wikipedia, the free ...

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    From Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The Pampangan language or Kapampangan is one of the main languages of the Philippines. It is spoken in the province of Pampanga, most parts of Tarlac and Bataan.

  7. Pangasinan language - Wikipedia

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    Pangasinan is an Austronesian language, and one of the eight major languages of the Philippines. It is the primary and predominant language of the entire province of Pangasinan and northern Tarlac, on the northern part of Luzon's central plains geographic region, most of whom belong to the Pangasinan ethnic group. Pangasinan is also spoken in southwestern La Union, as well as in the municipalities of Benguet, Nueva Vizcaya, Nueva Ecija, and Zambales that border Pangasinan. A few Aeta groups in C

  8. Talk:Filipino language - Wikipedia

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    However, both the dictionary, which was published in 1994 by the Commission on the Filipino Language (KWF), and the source I provided above, published in 2005 by the National Committee on Language and Translation of the National Committee of Culture and the Arts, refer to the language as Filipino using the same Ateneo source. These two are ...

  9. Tagalog - Wiktionary

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    • English
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    Etymology

    From Tagalog Tagalog, from taga- (“native of”) + ilog (“river”)

    Pronunciation

    1. (UK) IPA(key): /təˈɡɑːloɡ/, /təˈɡæloɡ/ 2. (US) IPA(key): /tɑˈɡɑːloɡ/, /təˈɡɑːloɡ/ 3. enPR: tä.gäˈ.log 4. Hyphenation: Taga‧log

    Noun

    Tagalog (countable and uncountable, plural Tagalog or Tagalogs) 1. (uncountable) A language spoken in the Philippines, in the area of central to southern Luzon. 2. (countable) A member of the largest Filipinoethnic group.

    Pronunciation

    1. IPA(key): /ˈtaːɡaːlɔk/

    Proper noun

    Tagalog n 1. Tagalog (language)

    Etymology

    From taga- (“native of”) + ilog (“river”).

    Pronunciation

    1. IPA(key): /tɐˈɡaːloɡ/

    Noun

    Tagalog (Baybayin spelling ᜆᜄᜎᜓᜄ᜔) 1. The Tagaloglanguage.

  10. Tagalog Dictionary Online Translation LEXILOGOS

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    • Diccionario ingles-español-tagalog: English-Spanish-Tagalog dictionary by Sofronio Calderón (1915) • Tagalog English and English Tagalog dictionary by Charles Nigg (1904) • Dictionary of Cebuano Visayan by John Wolff (1972)

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