Hiligaynon bhasa

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Hiligaynon
Ilonggo, Hiligaynon, Hiligainon
Naam ke bole ke dhang ˌhɪlɪˈgeɪnən
Spoken in Flag of the Philippines.svg Philippines
USA
Region Western Visayas, Mindanao and Hawaii
Total speakers 11 million total (first language: 7 million, second language: 4 million (est.)) 4th most spoken native language in the Philippines[1]
Language family Austronesian
Writing system Latin (Filipino variant)
Baybayin (c. 13th–19th centuries)
Official status
Official language in Regional language in the Philippines
Regulated by Commission on the Filipino Language
Language codes
ISO 639-2 hil
ISO 639-3 hil

Hiligaynon bhasa ek bhasa hae.

References[badlo | edit source]

  1. Philippine Census, 2000. Table 11. Household Population by Ethnicity, Sex and Region: 2000
  • English-Tagalog Ilongo Dictionary (2007) by Tomas Alvarez Abuyen, National Book Store. ISBN 971-08-6865-9.

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