Central Philippine languages

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The Central Philippine languages are the most geographically widespread demonstrated group of languages in the Philippines, being spoken in southern Luzon, Visayas, Mindanao, and Sulu.wikipedia
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Tagalog language

TagalogFilipinoTagalog (Filipino)
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.
Tagalog differs from its Central Philippine counterparts with its treatment of the Proto-Philippine schwa vowel.

Magahat language

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There are in addition several Aeta hill-tribal languages of uncertain affiliation: Ata, Sorsogon Ayta, Tayabas Ayta, Karolanos (Northern Binukidnon), Magahat (Southern Binukidnon), Sulod, and Umiray Dumaget.
Magahat (also called Southern Binukidnon) is a Central Philippine language of the mountains of Negros in the Philippines that has been strongly influenced by Cebuano and Hiligaynon.

Karolanos language

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There are in addition several Aeta hill-tribal languages of uncertain affiliation: Ata, Sorsogon Ayta, Tayabas Ayta, Karolanos (Northern Binukidnon), Magahat (Southern Binukidnon), Sulod, and Umiray Dumaget.
Karolanos (also called Northern Binukidnon) is a Central Philippine language spoken in Kabankalan Municipality, Negros Occidental Province, Negros Island, Philippines.

Visayan languages

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Visayan (18 languages spoken in the whole Visayas, as well as southeastern Luzon, northeastern Mindanao and Sulu) For instance, in the Sorsogon and Masbate regions of the Philippines, the Bikol and Visayan languages transition into each other, forming 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.

Sulod language

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There are in addition several Aeta hill-tribal languages of uncertain affiliation: Ata, Sorsogon Ayta, Tayabas Ayta, Karolanos (Northern Binukidnon), Magahat (Southern Binukidnon), Sulod, and Umiray Dumaget.
Sulod is Central Philippine language of Panay in the Philippines.

Bisakol languages

Bisakol
For instance, in the Sorsogon and Masbate regions of the Philippines, the Bikol and Visayan languages transition into each other, forming 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.

Bikol languages

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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. For instance, in the Sorsogon and Masbate regions of the Philippines, the Bikol and Visayan languages transition into each other, forming the Bisakol languages.
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.

Central Bikol

BicolanoBikolBicol
''Central Bikol
Central Bikol features some vocabularies that are not found in other Bikol languages nor to other members of the Central Philippine language family like Tagalog and Cebuano.

Manide language

ManideabdCamarines Norte
Manide–Inagta (2 languages)
These languages do not appear to be closely related to any other Philippine languages, and do not subgroup in the Central Philippine or even Greater Central Philippine branches (Lobel 2013:275).

Umiray Dumaget language

Umiray DumagetUmiray DumagatCentral Agta
There are in addition several Aeta hill-tribal languages of uncertain affiliation: Ata, Sorsogon Ayta, Tayabas Ayta, Karolanos (Northern Binukidnon), Magahat (Southern Binukidnon), Sulod, and Umiray Dumaget.
According to Lobel, Umiray Dumaget does not subgroup in the Central Philippine or even Greater Central Philippine branches (Lobel 2013:275).

Filipino language

FilipinoTagalogSpoken languages
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.

Waray language

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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.

Cebuano language

CebuanoVisayanCebuano-speaking
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.

Hiligaynon language

HiligaynonIlonggoHiligaynon (Ilonggo)
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.

Tausug language

TausugTausūgSuluk language
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.

Karay-a language

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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.

Ata language (Negros)

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There are in addition several Aeta hill-tribal languages of uncertain affiliation: Ata, Sorsogon Ayta, Tayabas Ayta, Karolanos (Northern Binukidnon), Magahat (Southern Binukidnon), Sulod, and Umiray Dumaget.

Romblon

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Romblon
The Philippine language group has three main branches: Northern, Southern and Central, the latter of which is composed of the Visayan, Bikol and Tagalog languages.

Mamanwa language

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Mamanwa
The Mamanwa language is a Central Philippine language spoken by the Mamanwa people.

Mansakan languages

MansakanBagobo and MansakanMansakas
Mansakan (11 languages of the Davao Region)

Pandan Bikol language

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Pandan (North Catanduanes)

Surigaonon language

SurigaononTandaganonCantilangnon dialect
Surigaonon, Jaun-Jaun, Kantilan, Naturalis