Romblomanon language

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Romblomanon
Spoken in: Philippines 
Region: Eastern Visayas
Total speakers: 100,000
Language family:
 Malayo-Polynesian
  Borneo-Philippines
   Meso Philippine
    Central Philippine
     Visayan
      Central Visayan
       Romblomanon
Language codes
ISO 639-1: none
ISO 639-2: phi
ISO 639-3: rol

Romblomanon is a Visayan language spoken, along with the Asi and Onhan languages, in the province of Romblon in the Philippines. The language is also called Ini, Basi, Sibuyan, and Bisaya.

Specifically, it is spoken in the following islands on Romblon:

Grammar

Pronouns

  Absolutive Ergative Oblique
1st person singular ako nakon, ko akon
2nd person singular ikaw, ka nimo, mo imo
3rd person singular siya niya iya
1st person plural inclusive kita naton aton
1st person plural exclusive kami namon amon
2nd person plural kamo nindo indo
3rd person plural sinda ninda inda
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