Old Tagalog

Classical Tagalog
Old Tagalog (Filipino: Lumang Tagalog; Baybayin:, Pre-Kudlit: ) is the earliest form of the Tagalog language and was the language of Central and Southern Luzon during the Classical period in Luzon.wikipedia
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Tagalog language

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Old Tagalog (Filipino: Lumang Tagalog; Baybayin:, Pre-Kudlit: ) is the earliest form of the Tagalog language and was the language of Central and Southern Luzon during the Classical period in Luzon. The language originated from the Proto-Philippine language and evolved to Classical Tagalog, which was the basis for Modern Tagalog.
The first written record of Tagalog is the Laguna Copperplate Inscription, which dates to 900 CE and exhibits fragments of the language along with Sanskrit, Old Malay, Javanese and Old Tagalog.

Tondo (historical polity)

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It is the language of Tondo, Namayan, state of Ma-i, Rajahnate of Maynila, and other regions of the northern Philippines.
Scholars generally agree that Tondo was located north of the Pasig river, on the northern part of Lusong or Lusung, which is an Old Tagalog name for the Pasig river delta.

Baybayin

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Old Tagalog (Filipino: Lumang Tagalog; Baybayin:, Pre-Kudlit: ) is the earliest form of the Tagalog language and was the language of Central and Southern Luzon during the Classical period in Luzon.
It was written in the Kawi script in a variety of Old Malay containing numerous loanwords from Sanskrit and a few non-Malay vocabulary elements whose origin is ambiguous between Old Javanese and Old Tagalog.

Rajahnate of Maynila

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It is the language of Tondo, Namayan, state of Ma-i, Rajahnate of Maynila, and other regions of the northern Philippines.
Some Filipino historians such as Jaime Tiongson have asserted that some of the words used in the Laguna Copperplate Inscription came from Old Tagalog, although the text itself used the Javanese Kawi script.

Namayan

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It is the language of Tondo, Namayan, state of Ma-i, Rajahnate of Maynila, and other regions of the northern Philippines.

Dambana

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Dambana
However, before the introduction of Roman Catholicism in the Philippines, the dambana (Old Tagalog: lambana) was used as the main term for a sacred place (banal na pook), which is a home to a single deity, various deities (gods and goddesses), ancestor spirits, and beings aside from ancestor spirits and deities.

Filipino language

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Old Tagalog (Filipino: Lumang Tagalog; Baybayin:, Pre-Kudlit: ) is the earliest form of the Tagalog language and was the language of Central and Southern Luzon during the Classical period in Luzon.

Central Luzon

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Old Tagalog (Filipino: Lumang Tagalog; Baybayin:, Pre-Kudlit: ) is the earliest form of the Tagalog language and was the language of Central and Southern Luzon during the Classical period in Luzon.

Southern Tagalog

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Old Tagalog (Filipino: Lumang Tagalog; Baybayin:, Pre-Kudlit: ) is the earliest form of the Tagalog language and was the language of Central and Southern Luzon during the Classical period in Luzon.

History of the Philippines (900–1521)

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Old Tagalog (Filipino: Lumang Tagalog; Baybayin:, Pre-Kudlit: ) is the earliest form of the Tagalog language and was the language of Central and Southern Luzon during the Classical period in Luzon.

Luzon

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Old Tagalog (Filipino: Lumang Tagalog; Baybayin:, Pre-Kudlit: ) is the earliest form of the Tagalog language and was the language of Central and Southern Luzon during the Classical period in Luzon.

Ma-i

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It is the language of Tondo, Namayan, state of Ma-i, Rajahnate of Maynila, and other regions of the northern Philippines.

Proto-Philippine language

Proto-Philippine
The language originated from the Proto-Philippine language and evolved to Classical Tagalog, which was the basis for Modern Tagalog. Old Tagalog is one of the Central Philippine languages, which evolved from the Proto-Philippine language, which comes from the Austronesian peoples who settled in the Philippines, 2000 years ago.

Exonym and endonym

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The word Tagalog is derived from the endonym ' (taga-ilog, "river dweller"), composed of ' (tagá-, "native of" or "from") and (ílog, "river").

Linguistics

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Very little is known about the ancient history of the language; linguists such as Dr. David Zorc and Dr. Robert Blust speculate that the Tagalogs and other Central Philippine ethno-linguistic groups had originated in Northeastern Mindanao or the Eastern Visayas.

Robert Blust

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Very little is known about the ancient history of the language; linguists such as Dr. David Zorc and Dr. Robert Blust speculate that the Tagalogs and other Central Philippine ethno-linguistic groups had originated in Northeastern Mindanao or the Eastern Visayas.

Mindanao

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Very little is known about the ancient history of the language; linguists such as Dr. David Zorc and Dr. Robert Blust speculate that the Tagalogs and other Central Philippine ethno-linguistic groups had originated in Northeastern Mindanao or the Eastern Visayas.

Visayas

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Very little is known about the ancient history of the language; linguists such as Dr. David Zorc and Dr. Robert Blust speculate that the Tagalogs and other Central Philippine ethno-linguistic groups had originated in Northeastern Mindanao or the Eastern Visayas.

Central Philippine languages

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Old Tagalog is one of the Central Philippine languages, which evolved from the Proto-Philippine language, which comes from the Austronesian peoples who settled in the Philippines, 2000 years ago.

Laguna Copperplate Inscription

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The first written record of Tagalog is the Laguna Copperplate Inscription which dates to 900 CE, and exhibits fragments of the language along with Sanskrit, Malay, Javanese and Old Tagalog.

Sanskrit

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The first written record of Tagalog is the Laguna Copperplate Inscription which dates to 900 CE, and exhibits fragments of the language along with Sanskrit, Malay, Javanese and Old Tagalog. The question has been raised about the origin of some words in the various dialects of the Philippines and their possible connection to ancient Buddhist and Hindu culture in the region, as the language is influenced by Sanskrit, Malay, Tamil and Chinese.

Malay language

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The first written record of Tagalog is the Laguna Copperplate Inscription which dates to 900 CE, and exhibits fragments of the language along with Sanskrit, Malay, Javanese and Old Tagalog. The question has been raised about the origin of some words in the various dialects of the Philippines and their possible connection to ancient Buddhist and Hindu culture in the region, as the language is influenced by Sanskrit, Malay, Tamil and Chinese.

Javanese language

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The first written record of Tagalog is the Laguna Copperplate Inscription which dates to 900 CE, and exhibits fragments of the language along with Sanskrit, Malay, Javanese and Old Tagalog.

Doctrina Christiana

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The first known complete book to be written in Tagalog is the Doctrina Christiana (Christian Doctrine), printed in 1593.

Tamil language

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The question has been raised about the origin of some words in the various dialects of the Philippines and their possible connection to ancient Buddhist and Hindu culture in the region, as the language is influenced by Sanskrit, Malay, Tamil and Chinese.