Central Bikolano leid

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Central Bikolano
Bikol Sentral
Native taePhilippines
RegionBicol
EthnicityBicolano fowk
Native speakers
(2.5 million citit 1990 census)[1]
6t maist spoken native leid in the Philippines[2]
Laitin (Bikol alphabet)
Bikol Braille
Historically Baybayin
Offeecial status
Offeecial leid in
Regional leid in the Philippines
Regulatit biKomisyon sa Wikang Filipino
Leid codes
ISO 639-3bcl
Glottologcent2087[3]
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Central Bikolano (also kent as Bikol Sentral) is ane o the individual leids o the Bikol leids. It belangs tae Coastal Bikol.[4] It is spoken in Bicol Region o the Philippines (Region V).

Bikol-Naga[eedit | eedit soorce]

Bikol-Naga, a dialect o Central Bicolano based in Naga Ceety an widely considered as the essential local foondation o Staundart Bikol, is plainly unnerstuid alang wi Bikol-Legazpi, based in Legazpi Ceety, bi maist Bikol speakers. It is spoken in the first an seicont districts o Camarines Sur (except in Del Gallego, where residents are maistly Tagalog speakers) an in San Pascual, Masbate. Bikol-Legazpi is spoken in the eastren coast o Albay an northren Sorsogon.

Ither common dialects include Bikol-Daet, spoken in Daet an adjacent touns in Camarines Norte, an Bikol-Partido, spoken in the 3rd Destrict o Camarines Sur an in Virac, San Andres an soothren part of Caramoran in Catanduanes. Bikol-Rinconada, spoken in the 4t Destrict o Camarines Sur particularly in the touns or villages near Iriga Ceety is a separate dialect.

Dialectal variation[eedit | eedit soorce]

Tagalog leid Standard Bikol Bikol - Naga dialect Bikol - Partido dialect Bikol - Legazpi dialect Bikol - Daet dialect Bikol - Virac dialect Bikol Rinconada leid Waray Sorsogon leid (Irosin dialect)
Dito sa bagong mesa pinakain ng itlog at tinapay ang babae. Digdi sa bâgong lamesa pinakakan nin sugok asin tinapay an babayi. Digdi sa bâgong lamesa pigpakakán nin sugok saka tinapay si babayi. Igdi sa bag-ong lamesa tigpakakán nin sugok sagkod tinapay su bayi. Digdi sa bâgong lamesa pigpakaon ki bunáy budâ tinapay su babayi. Digdi sa bágong lamesa pinakain ning itlog at tinapay si babai. Digdi sa bâgong lamesa pinakaon ning sugok budâ tinapay su babayi. Sadi sa bágong lamesa pinakaön ka itlog ag tinapay su babayi. Didi sa bag-o na lamesa inpakaon sin bunay nan tinapay su babayi.
Bakit nga kaya hindi lumipad ang ibon ni Pedro kahit na walang kandado ang kulungan. Tàdaw tà dai luminayog an gamgam ni Pedro dawà na dài nin kandado an hawla? Tâno daw tà dài naglayog an gamgam ni Pedro dawà na mayò nin kandado si hawla? Hadáw ta ê naglayog an gamgam ni Pedro máski na mayò nin kandado su hawla? Natà daw tà dài naglayog an bayong ni Pedro máski na warâ ki kandado su hawla? Bakin daw kayâ dài naglupad ang ibon ni Pedro máski na mayong kandado si hawla? Ngatà daw ta dài nagḽayog an gamgam ni Pedro máski na dàing kandado su hawla? Tàono/Ngatà rawdiri naglayog adtong bayong ni Pedro dawà na üda ka kandado su awla? Nakay daw kay diri naglupad an tamsi ni Pedro maski na wara sin kandado su hawla?

Like ither Philippine leids, Bikol haes a number o loanwirds, lairgely Spaingie as a result o 333 years o Spaingie rule in the Philippines. This includes suerte (luck), karne (carne, meat), imbestigador (investigador, investigator), litro (liter), pero (but), an krimen (crimen, creeme). Anither source o loanwirds is Sanskrit, wi wirds like hade (keeng) an karma.

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References[eedit | eedit soorce]

  1. Central Bikolano at Ethnologue (18th ed., 2015)
  2. Philippine Census, 2000. Table 11. Household Population by Ethnicity, Sex and Region: 2000
  3. Nordhoff, Sebastian; Hammarström, Harald; Forkel, Robert; Haspelmath, Martin, eds. (2013). "Central Bicolano". Glottolog. Leipzig: Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology.
  4. "Ethnologue report for ISO 639 code: bik". Ethnologue.com. Retrieved 17 Januar 2010.
  • Lobel, Jason William, Wilmer Joseph S Tria, and Jose Maria Z Carpio. 2000. An satuyang tataramon / A study of the Bikol language. Naga City, Philippines: Lobel & Tria Partnership, Co.: Holy Rosary Minor Seminary.

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