Tagalog to kinaray-a

Seldom can you hear Kinaray-a except perhaps from those who are Kinaray-a speakers living in Negros Occidental. Ilonggo historian Henry Funtecha has some interesting insights on why Hiligaynon is the dominant language of the province. Rich families from the lowland of Iloilo migrated to Negros during the boom of the sugar industry. Kinaray-a is an Austronesian language spoken mainly in Antique Province in the Philippines. It is also spoken in Iloilo province, the south of Capiz Province, and … Follow in the footsteps of the BONTOC Culture Hero, Lumawig Follow in the footsteps of the BONTOC Culture Hero, Lumawig. Your next

The official languages based on the current constitution are English and Filipino. There are 13 languages with at least 1 million speakers all over the country. Some of these languages include Cebuano, Hiligayno, Ilokano, Kapampangan, Kinaray-a, and Waray Waray. It includes English, Hiligaynon, Tagalog, Kinaray-a and Aklanon words. His whole collection of works are now being compiled in a two-volume book entitled Legacy. It consists of short stories, novel, historical book, book of poetry, eulogies, speeches and lectures, declamations, essays and others.

A Database of Basic Austronesian Vocabulary. Resources: Ethnologue Information for krj OLAC Information for krj [Suggest a resource] Yup, we talk to each other at our own house in more than one language. I personally speaks Kinaray-a, Ilonggo, Filipino and English. My aunt and my brother talk to each other in Kinaray-a as the three of us came from Antique. My uncle speaks Cuyonon, a language from Palawan. We talk to our cousins in Filipino. Yup, we talk to each other at our own house in more than one language. I personally speaks Kinaray-a, Ilonggo, Filipino and English. My aunt and my brother talk to each other in Kinaray-a as the three of us came from Antique. My uncle speaks Cuyonon, a language from Palawan. We talk to our cousins in Filipino. The Karay-a language or Kinaray-a, is an Austronesian language spoken by the Karay-a people, mainly in Antique Province in the Philippines as well as Iloilo and other provinces on the island of Panay.It is one of the Visayan languages. At first, we were laughing because of the accents the casts have when they speak in Kinaray-a. You can easily identify which one is a native speaker and which ones are not (and which ones are Ilonggos and which ones are Tagalogs). One thing that stunned me though is the fluency of Ms. Nora Aunor’s tongue in speaking Kinaray-a. If someone Help us in creating the largest Tagalog-Kinaray-A dictionary online. Simply log in and add new translation. Glosbe is a collaborative project and every one can add (and remove) translations. It makes our dictionary Tagalog Kinaray-A real, as it is created by native speakers people, that uses language for every day.