Kalanguya
Kallahan
RegionLuzon, Philippines
Native speakers
ca. 100,000 (2010 census)[1]
Austronesian
Language codes
ISO 639-3Either:
kak – Kalanguya
ify – Keley-i
Glottologkall1244
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Area where Kalanguya is spoken according to Ethnologue

Kalanguya, also called Kallahan, is a dialect cluster spoken by the Kalanguya people of northern Luzon, Philippines.

Distribution

Kalanguya (also called Ikalahan, Kalangoya, Kalangoya-Ikalahan, Kallahan, Kayapa) is spoken in the following locations:[2][full citation needed]

The dialects of Kalanguya are[3][full citation needed]

Keley-i Kallahan (also called Antipolo Ifugao, Hanalulo, Keley-i, Keley-i Kalanguya, Keleyqiq Ifugao) is spoken in the Kiangan and Aritao municipalities of Ifugao Province. Its dialects are Bayninan and Ya-Tuka.[4][full citation needed]

References

  1. ^ "Request for Change to ISO 639-3 Language Code: Change Request Number 2015-061" (PDF), ISO 639-3 Registration Authority, 2015
  2. ^ Ethnologue
  3. ^ Ethnologue
  4. ^ Ethnologue

Further reading

  • Hohulin, Richard M.; Hohulin, Elma Lou; Maddawat, Alberto K. (2018). Keley-i Dictionary and Grammar Sketch. Manila: Linguistic Society of the Philippines. ISBN 978-971-780-034-9.
  • Santiago, Paul Julian (2016). A Grammar of Kalanguya (Doctoral thesis). Osaka University. hdl:11094/55717.