The Agutaynen language is spoken on Agutaya Island in the province of Palawan in the Philippines.
Caabay & Melvin (2014: 1-2) note that Agutaynen is spoken by about 15,000 people on Agutaya Island and six of the smaller of the smaller Cuyo Islands, namely Diit, Maracañao, Matarawis, Algeciras, Concepcion, and Quiniluban. After World War II, Agutaynen speakers were also moved to San Vicente, Roxas, Brooke’s Point, Balabac, Linapacan, and Puerto Princesa City municipalities on Palawan Island.
|Rhotic||r ~ ɾ|
|Close||i||ɨ||o ~ u|
The following set of pronouns are the pronouns found in the Agutaynen language. Note: the direct/nominative case is divided between full and short forms.
|1st person singular||yo (o)||o||yɨn|
|2nd person singular||yawa (a)||mo||nio|
|3rd person singular||tanandia||na||nandia|
|1st person plural inclusive||ita||ta||yatɨn|
|1st person plural exclusive||yami (ami)||amɨn||yamɨn|
|2nd person plural||yamo (amo)||mi||nindio|
|3rd person plural||tanira||nira||nira|