Tagalog

  • (noun): Language of the Tagalog people on which Filipino is based.
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Some articles on tagalog, tagalogs:

Culture Of Basilan - Chavacano
... These are found in the Ermita district of Manila (Spanish Criollo), Cavite (Spanish and Tagalog) and Ternate (Spanish-Portuguese and Tagalog) ... Chavacanos from Cavite/Ternate, Ilocanos and Tagalogs further enriched Chavacano culture ... (Cebuano), Ilonggo, Ilocano and Tagalog ...
Lope K. Santos - Works
... Ag̃ "Pag̃gig̃gera" (Tulag̃ Handog sa Kababaiga'g̃ Tagalog) (The "Paḡgiḡgera" (A Poem for Tagalog Women)), 1912, paḡgiḡgera is a form of ... Kundanḡan...! Nobelang Tagalog Katha (Deference...! A Tagalog Novel), 1927, Santos' second literary novel ... Tinḡíng Pahapáw sa Kasaysayan ñg Pámitikang Tagalog (Few Points in the History of Tagalog Literature), 1938 Puso't Diwa (Heart and Spirit), three volume book collection ...
List Of Unicode Characters - Tagalog
... Tagalog Unicode.org chart (PDF) 9 ... A B C D E F U+170x ᜀ ᜁ ᜂ ᜃ ᜄ ᜅ ᜆ ᜇ ᜈ ᜉ ᜊ ᜋ ᜌ ᜎ ᜏ U+171x ...
Language Secessionism - Tagalog and Filipino - Justification
... reason that Filipino is distinct from Tagalog is that in Filipino, there is a presence of vocabulary coming from other Philippine languages, such as Cebuano (such as bana - husband) and Ilocano (such ... They also maintain that the term Tagalog is the language of the Katagalughan or the Tagalog Region and puristic in a sense ...
Sakal, Sakali, Saklolo - Reception - Criticism
... particularly the scene which smacks of an ethnic slur to non-Tagalog speaking Filipinos when the character of portrayed by Gloria Diaz exclaimed to her ...

More definitions of "Tagalog":

  • (noun): A member of a people native to the Philippines chiefly inhabiting central Luzon around and including Manila.