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Caluyanon is a member of the Western Visayan branch of the Philippine language family. It is spoken in Caluya Island in Antique province in the Western Visayas Region of the Philippines. In 1994 there were about 30,000 Caluyanon speakers. Caluyanon is also known as Caluyanen or Caluyanhon.

Caluyanon alphabet and pronunciation

Caluyanon alphabet and pronunciation

C, f, j, q, v, x and z are also used, but only in foreign words and names.

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Sample text (Lord's Prayer)

Amun Tatay nga sa langit, Kabay pa nga taodon kaw ang mga tao, Kabay pa nga magari kaw ron digi kanamun, Kag kon paiwan nga imong kabubutun ginatoman doto sa langit; Kabay pa nga tomanun ra digi sa kalibotan. Tawi kami amun kinanglan nga pagkaun sa adlaw nga dia, Patawada kami sa amun mga sala, Ay ginpatawad namun ra ang nagkasala kanamun. Indi mo kami pagipadaug sa mga pagsolay, Kondi lowasa kami kay satanas.

Source: https://www.bible.com/en-GB/bible/1128/MAT.6.cluNT

Information about the Caluyanon alphabet and sample text provided by Michael Peter Füstu,mum

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Information about Caluyanon

Philippine languages

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