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Bicolano language resources



Bicolano is spoken on a daily basis in: Philippines

Encyclopedia resources on Bicolano
Bikol language - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Bicolano is classified as a Central Philippine language, which is a sub-branch of the Meso Philippine – Western Malayo-Polynesian languages . Bicolano is further subdivided into three groups: Coastal ...

Tagalog language - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Tagalog, and those on the eastern side speak the Tayabas variant more closer to the Bicolano language. It has many words that can be found only in this dialect. Area: Quezon, Camarines Norte Marinduque ...

Category:Austronesian languages - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
...language Central Bicolano language Central Pacific languages Cook Islands Maori D Differences between Malay and Indonesian E Eastern Malayo-Polynesian languages F Fijian language Filipino language Formosan ...

Ethnic groups of the Philippines - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Region: Camarines Sur, Albay, Sorsogon, and Catanduanes provinces. Language: Bicolano dialects (i.e., Albay Bicolano, Central Bicolano. Pandan Bicolano, etc.), Filipino, English (some also speak ...

Spanish in the Philippines - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
...region had their own culture and language, and would rather speak in their local languages. Denizens of each region thought of themselves as Ilocano, Cebuano, Bicolano, et cetera, and not as Filipinos ...

Luzon - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
...administrative center is Legazpi City in Albay. The inhabitants are of Bicolano descent with Bikol as the main language. Cordillera Administrative Region (CAR) almost completely covers the Cordillera ...

Demographics of the Philippines - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Bicolano       Cordillerano       Palawano       Hiligaynon       Karay-a       Cebuano ... The ethnic Malay population divided by language: Christian Visayan: 3,219,030 Tagalog: 1,460,695 ...

Metro Manila - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
...and virtually all Metro Manilans understand the language. Other languages include Filipino , Tagalog , Cebuano , Bicolano , Waray , Ilocano , and Maranao . Significant foreign languages other than English ...

Chinese Filipino - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Bicolano       Cordillerano       Palawano       Hiligaynon       Karay-a       Cebuano ... language, which is further subdivided into several dialects. The most common Minnan (Southern ...

Southeast Asia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
...ex., Visayan), might well speak another language, such as Japanese for economic reasons; a Malaysian ... Waray, Ilocano, Kapampangan, Pangasinense, Bicolano, Maranao, Maguindanao, other Chinese dialects ...



Academic resources on Bicolano
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Bicolano Bisaya Blackfoot Indian Bodo Boema Bontoc Botative Breton Buin Bulgarian Burmese C Carib Caribe Catalan Cebuano Chaldean Chamorro Changana Chelan Cheyenne Chibemba Chichanga Chichangane Chichewa Chimanyika Chinese ...

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Bicolano Bislama Blackfoot Bosnian Bouyei Breton Bugis Bulgarian Burmese Cakchiquel Cambodian (Khmer) Canadian Cantonese (Yu Chinese) Carolinian Catalan Cebuano Chamorro Chechen Cherokee Chinese Chinook Chippewa ...

Occitan
...chirographic opus in three hundred languages by Z.W. Wolkowski Return to list of Languages Bicolano Source: AVE MARIA , a chirographic opus in three hundred languages by Z.W. Wolkowski Return to list of ...

Language Reference Page
...though over 1,000,000 claim to know the language. Bikol Affinity: Bikol (also known as Bicolano) is an Austronesian/Western Malayo-Polynesian language, related to Cebuano and ...

Philippines: Music
...is Pilipino (basically similar to Tagalog). Other languages/dialects spoken are Ibanag, Ilocano, Bicolano, Ilonggo, Capiznon, Cebuano, Chavacano, Pampangan (or Kapampangan ), Pangasinan (or Pangasinense ...

Southeast Asian and Philippines Studies News Bulletin, No. 42, Fall ...
...videocassette (28 min.), sd., col. Sinclair AV Center VIDEOTAPE 20809. Marfil, Eddie. Harana bicolano: mga inagrangay nin puso. Manila: Aquarius Records, [2003?]. 1 sound disc (45 min.). Sinclair AV ...

Product of the Philippines : Philippine History
...five largest cultural-linguistic groups, Tagalog, Cebuano, Ilocano, Hiligaynon and Bicolano, account for about three-quarters of the population. The last phase ...

WORLD VALUES SURVEYS, 1981-1984, 1990-1993 AND 1995-1997 ...
WORLD VALUES SURVEYS, 1981-1984, 1990-1993 AND 1995-1997: CUMULATIVE FILE FOR THE FIRST THREE WAVES (ICPSR 2790) View: Part 1: Document Description Part 2: Study Description Part 3: Data ...

http://nds.umdl.umich.edu/w/wevs/cbaddons.html
02 Other Philippine languages 03 Cebuano 04 Ilonggo 05 Ilokano 06 Bicolano 07 Chavacano 08 Waray 13 Kapampangan 14 Pangasinense 15 Bisaya (unspecified) 16 Aklanon 17 Haoist 18 Ibatan 19 Ibanag 20 Zambal 21 Antiqueno ...

Filipino
...now ranks a close second (23.82%); followed by Ilocano (11.14%); Hiligaynon or Ilongo (9.99%); Bicolano (6.96%); Waray-waray (4.62%); Kapampangan (3.43%) and Pangasinan (2.26%). English is the language ...



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Government resources on Bicolano
Barangays, Friars, and "The Mild Sway of Justice": Asian Collections ...
...percent of the population speaks eight: Tagalog, Cebuano, Ilocano, Hiligaynon, Bicolano, Waray-Waray, Pampangan, and Pangasinan. All are part of the Malayo-Polynesian ...

Languages are constantly changing. As they grow and evolve, they can ...
Tagalog, English, Cebuano, Ilocano, Hiligaynon, Bicolano, Waray, Pampango, Pangasinan, Pilipino Pitcairn Islands English (official), Pitcairn English Poland Polish, Yiddish, Ukrainian, Belarusan ...

US Department Of State Post Report
...with Tagalog taking a back seat to a more familiar second language, such as Cebuano, Ilongo, Bicolano, or Ilocano. In numerical terms, Cebuano is the native language for more Filipinos than Tagalog. ...



".org" resources on Bicolano
Bikol language - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Bicolano is classified as a Central Philippine language, which is a sub-branch of the Meso Philippine – Western Malayo-Polynesian languages . Bicolano is further subdivided into three groups: Coastal ...

Bicolano
Questions and Comments are always welcome! http://www.greatcom.org/laws/bicolano/default.htm [email protected] last updated: 17-02-2005

The Four Spiritual Laws - In your language!
Bicolano Braille Version Bukusu Bulgarian Burmese Cebuano Chewa Chibemba Chinese, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Cree Creole (Haitian) Croatian Czech Danish Dogon Dutch Eastern Armenian Ebira Ekegusii Estonian Ewe ...

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Bicolano Bima Bimoba Birifor, Southern Bislama Bissa Blaan, Koronadal Bodo Bomu Bororo Bosnian Bouyei Brahui Braj Bhasha Bugis Bukusu Bulgarian Buli Bulu Bundel Khandi Bura-Pabir Buriat, Russia Burmese Cakchiquel, Central ...

Iriga - Tinagba Festival
An ancient Bicolano first-harvest offering, Tinagba Festival is a reenactment held every February 11 coinciding with the feast of Our Lady of Lourdes. The festival features a caravan of bull carts ...

Dictionaries | Bansa.org
Enter text that you would like dictionary links to. Other names for Bikol: Bicol, Bikolano, Bicolano Bikol English Dictionary Search Random Word Add Word Instructions Terms of Use Navigation History Country ...

Philippine Missions Association
BICOLANO, IRIGA 180,000 Possible BICOLANO, NORTHERN CATANDUANES 65,000 Possible BICOLANO, SOUTHERN CATANDUANES 85,000 Possible BUTUANON 34,547 Possible CAPIZNON 445,700 Possible DAVAWENYO 147,279 ...

ISO 639-3 macrolanguage mappings
Bicolano bhk Albay Bicolano bln Southern Catanduanes Bicolano bto Iriga Bicolano cts Northern Catanduanes Bicolano bua Buriat bxm Mongolia Buriat bxr Russia Buriat bxu China Buriat chm Mari (Russia) mhr Eastern ...

Home Page
...tungod niini gipadala niya ang iyang bugtong Anak, aron ang tanan nga moto-o kaniya dili !! (Bicolano) Juan 3:16 Orog na gayo ang pagkamoot kan Dios sa kinaban kaya tinao niya ang saiyang aki na ...

Foreign Language Resource Center
Bicolano Bosnian Bulgarian Burmese Catalan Cebuano Chaldean Chamorro Chechen Chhattisgarhi Chinese Chinese - Cantonese Chinese - Gan Chinese - Hakka Chinese - Hsiang Chinese - Jinyu Chinese - Mandarin Chinese - Min ...



Commercial resources on Bicolano

Bikol or Bicolano is an Austronesian language used in the Philippines particularly on the Bicol Peninsula on the island of Luzon. Bicol-Naga is the standard language of this kind.




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