Bikol languages

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The Bikol languages are a group of Central Philippine languages spoken mostly in the Bicol Peninsula in the island of Luzon, the neighboring island province of Catanduanes and the island of Burias of Masbate.wikipedia
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Central Philippine languages

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The Bikol languages are a group of Central Philippine languages spoken mostly in the Bicol Peninsula in the island of Luzon, the neighboring island province of Catanduanes and the island of Burias of Masbate.
They are also the most populous, including Tagalog (and Filipino), Bikol, and the major Visayan languages Cebuano, Hiligaynon, Waray, Kinaray-a, and Tausug, with some forty languages altogether.

Visayan languages

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There is a dialect continuum between the Visayan languages and the Bikol languages; the two together are called the Bisakol languages.
Visayan (Bisaya or Binisaya) is a group of languages of the Philippines that are related to Tagalog and Bikol languages, all of which are part of the Central Philippine languages.

Mount Iraya Agta language

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Mount Iraya Agta language
Mount Iraya Agta is a Bikol language spoken by a semi-nomadic hunter-gatherer Agta (Negrito) people of the Philippines, east of Lake Buhi in Luzon.

Inagta Partido language

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Isarog Agta language
Inagta Partido (Isarog Agta) is a nearly extinct Bikol language spoken by a semi-nomadic hunter-gatherer Agta (Negrito) people of the Philippines.

Mount Iriga Agta language

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Mount Iriga Agta language
Inagta Rinconada (Mount Iriga Agta) is a Bikol language spoken by a semi-nomadic hunter-gatherer Agta (Negrito) people of the Philippines.

Bisakol languages

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There is a dialect continuum between the Visayan languages and the Bikol languages; the two together are called the Bisakol languages.
Bisakol (portmanteau of Bisaya and Bikol) refers to the dialect continuum in the Central Philippine language family, between Visayan languages and Bikol languages.

Naga, Camarines Sur

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Naga City dialect 1) Central Standard – Spoken primarily in Tabaco City, Legazpi City, and Naga City. Also recognized (and sometimes understood) in Daet, Camarines Norte and many other areas of Camarines Sur; San Pascual, Masbate on Burias Island; First District of Albay and other municipalities along the eastern coast of Albay, southwestern coast of Catanduanes, and northeastern Sorsogon.
In 1573, on his second expedition to this region, the conquistador Juan de Salcedo landed in a village and named it Naga because of the abundance of narra trees (naga in Bikol).

Albay Bikol language

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Albay Bikol languages
Albay Bikol, or simply Albayanon is a group of languages and one of the three languages that compose Inland Bikol.

Southern Catanduanes Bikol language

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Southern Catanduanes Bikol language
Southern Catanduanes Bikol, or Virac, is one of the Bikol languages of Catanduanes in the Philippines.

Sorsogon

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4) Catanduanes southern and northern town of San Andres and Caramoran and North Sorsogon
Sorsogon (Bikol: Probinsya kan Sorsogon; Lalawigan ng Sorsogon), is a province in the Philippines located in the Bicol Region.

Libon, Albay

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5) Libon – Spoken in Libon, Albay.
Some say that the word must have been derived from the Bicol term "libong" or "ribong", meaning puzzled, dizziness, losing one's sense of direction, or becoming oriented.

Catanduanes

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The Bikol languages are a group of Central Philippine languages spoken mostly in the Bicol Peninsula in the island of Luzon, the neighboring island province of Catanduanes and the island of Burias of Masbate.
There are two variants of the Bikol languages native to this island province: Northern Catanduanes Bicolano and Southern Catanduanes Bicolano.

Rinconada Bikol language

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Rinconada Bikol language 1) Rinconada Bikol – Spoken primarily in Iriga City, Baao; Bula; Balatan; Baao; and Nabua, Camarines Sur. Also in Ocampo, Buhi and Pili in Camarines Sur and in parts of Polangui, Albay.
Rinconada Bikol or simply Rinconada, spoken in the province of Camarines Sur, Philippines, is one of several languages that compose the Inland Bikol (or Southern Bicol) group of the Bikol macrolanguage.

Legazpi, Albay

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1) Central Standard – Spoken primarily in Tabaco City, Legazpi City, and Naga City. Also recognized (and sometimes understood) in Daet, Camarines Norte and many other areas of Camarines Sur; San Pascual, Masbate on Burias Island; First District of Albay and other municipalities along the eastern coast of Albay, southwestern coast of Catanduanes, and northeastern Sorsogon.
Languages spoken include Bikol (specifically Central Bikol language), English, Filipino and Chinese.

Tabaco

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1) Central Standard – Spoken primarily in Tabaco City, Legazpi City, and Naga City. Also recognized (and sometimes understood) in Daet, Camarines Norte and many other areas of Camarines Sur; San Pascual, Masbate on Burias Island; First District of Albay and other municipalities along the eastern coast of Albay, southwestern coast of Catanduanes, and northeastern Sorsogon.
Bicolano or Gubatnon is the primary language in Tabaco and in the region.

Central Bikol

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Central Bikol language
*Bikol languages

Daraga, Albay

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7) East Miraya – Spoken in Guinobatan; Camalig; Daraga; Jovellar, Albay; Donsol and Pilar, Sorsogon.
The word daraga historically referred to a "maiden", and is the modern term for an "unmarried woman" in many of the Bikol languages.

Polangui

1) Rinconada Bikol – Spoken primarily in Iriga City, Baao; Bula; Balatan; Baao; and Nabua, Camarines Sur. Also in Ocampo, Buhi and Pili in Camarines Sur and in parts of Polangui, Albay. 6) West Miraya – Spoken in Ligao City, Polangui, Oas, and Pio Duran, Albay. 4) Buhinon – Spoken in Buhi, Camarines Sur. Contains features from both Bikol of Polangui and Bikol of Iriga.
Bikol Polangueño is the main dialect in Polangui, classified under Oasnon/West Miraya Bikol language.

Ligao

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6) West Miraya – Spoken in Ligao City, Polangui, Oas, and Pio Duran, Albay.
Bicol Languages

Nabua, Camarines Sur

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1) Rinconada Bikol – Spoken primarily in Iriga City, Baao; Bula; Balatan; Baao; and Nabua, Camarines Sur. Also in Ocampo, Buhi and Pili in Camarines Sur and in parts of Polangui, Albay.
The Nabua-Balatan variant under lowland dialect (sinaranəw) of Rinconada Bikol can be considered having its base from the Bikol languages.

Gigmoto, Catanduanes

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4) Gigmoto area variant (transitional to South Catanduanes)
The name Gigmoto originated from the Bicol word himbot that means “just in time”.

Masbateño language

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5) Masbateño – Spoken in Masbate City; Mobo; Uson; Dimasalang; Palanas; Masbate; Aroroy on the island of Masbate, all of Ticao Island, and Claveria on the southern half of Burias Island.
Masbateño or Minasbate is a Bicol-Visayan language spoken by more than 600,000 people, primarily in the province of Masbate in the Philippines.

Iriga

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1) Rinconada Bikol – Spoken primarily in Iriga City, Baao; Bula; Balatan; Baao; and Nabua, Camarines Sur. Also in Ocampo, Buhi and Pili in Camarines Sur and in parts of Polangui, Albay.
Bicol Languages

Buhi, Camarines Sur

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4) Buhinon – Spoken in Buhi, Camarines Sur. Contains features from both Bikol of Polangui and Bikol of Iriga.
The local language is Buhinon, a dialect of Bikolano.

Bicol Region

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Most of the townsfolk have Spanish Mixtures and their language is referred to as Bicol or Bicolano.