Capiznon

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The Capiznons (Capiznon: mga Kapisnon; Spanish: capiceños) are a Visayan people native to the area around Capiz in the Western Visayas region of the Philippines.[1] They speak Capiznon, a Visayan language.

Notable Capiznons (Capizeños)

This list includes people with roots from Capiz.

Art

Business

Politics

Entertainment

[3]

Media

  • Paolo Bediones, Filipino commercial model, television host, journalist, newscaster and radio announcer
  • Kara David, television host and journalist.

Medicine

Music

Beauty Pageants

Social sciences

Sports

Indigenous Capiznon religion

Immortals

  • Laon: the supreme deity; a goddess said to reside in the mountain at the neighboring island of Negros[9]
  • Bulalakaw: a bird god who looks like a peacock and can cause illneses; lives in Mount Madja-as[10]
  • Mediators to the Gods
    • Bangutbanwa: ensures good harvests and an orderly universe[11]
    • Mangindalon: intercedes for sick persons; punishes enemies[12]
    • Soliran: one of two performers of the marriage ceremonies[13]
    • Solian: one of two performers of the marriage ceremonies[14]
    • Manunubo: the good spirit of the sea[15]
  • Tungkung Langit: the god of the sky who brings famine, drought, storms, and floods[16]
  • Lulid-Batang: the god of the earth, responsible for earthquakes and volcanic eruptions[17]
  • Linting Habughabug: the god of lightning, whose look kills people and who shouts in anger[18]
  • Launsina: the goddess of the sun, moon, stars, and seas, and the most beloved because people seek forgiveness from her[19]
  • Burigadang Pada Sinaklang Bulawan: the goddess of greed to whom people pray when they want to get rich[20]
  • Saragnayan: the god of darkness who has the power to replace brightness with darkness[21]
  • Lubay-lubyuk Hanginun si Mahuyuk-huyukun: the goddess of the evening breeze; cools people, especially during the summer[22]
  • Suklang Malayun: the guardian of happy homes[23]
  • Maklilum-sa-twan: the god of the plains and valleys.[24]
  • Agurang: the good spirit who fought against Asuwang[25]
  • Asuwang: the malevolent spirit who fought against Asuwang[26]

References

  1. Capiznon - Ethnic Groups of the Philippines. ethnicgroupsphilippines.com.
  2. http://www.pinoyfraternity.com/lofiversion/index.php/t295.htmlTemplate:Dead link
  3. http://www.philstar.com/entertainment/556872/ryan-wont-let-sad-past-ruin-his-future.
  4. Archived copy.
  5. Sports, ABS-CBN. MEET THE BELOS: Mac and Dr. Vicki finally meet!.
  6. Jovita Fuentes was born in the town of Capiz February 15, 1895.
  7. Josefa Abiertas.
  8. Corp, ABS-CBN. MEET THE BELOS: Mac and Dr. Vicki finally meet!.
  9. Cruz-Lucero, R., Pototanon, R. M. (2018). Capiznon. With contributions by E. Arsenio Manuel. In Our Islands, Our People: The Histories and Cultures of the Filipino Nation, edited by Cruz-Lucero, R.
  10. Cruz-Lucero, R., Pototanon, R. M. (2018). Capiznon. With contributions by E. Arsenio Manuel. In Our Islands, Our People: The Histories and Cultures of the Filipino Nation, edited by Cruz-Lucero, R.
  11. Cruz-Lucero, R., Pototanon, R. M. (2018). Capiznon. With contributions by E. Arsenio Manuel. In Our Islands, Our People: The Histories and Cultures of the Filipino Nation, edited by Cruz-Lucero, R.
  12. Cruz-Lucero, R., Pototanon, R. M. (2018). Capiznon. With contributions by E. Arsenio Manuel. In Our Islands, Our People: The Histories and Cultures of the Filipino Nation, edited by Cruz-Lucero, R.
  13. Cruz-Lucero, R., Pototanon, R. M. (2018). Capiznon. With contributions by E. Arsenio Manuel. In Our Islands, Our People: The Histories and Cultures of the Filipino Nation, edited by Cruz-Lucero, R.
  14. Cruz-Lucero, R., Pototanon, R. M. (2018). Capiznon. With contributions by E. Arsenio Manuel. In Our Islands, Our People: The Histories and Cultures of the Filipino Nation, edited by Cruz-Lucero, R.
  15. Cruz-Lucero, R., Pototanon, R. M. (2018). Capiznon. With contributions by E. Arsenio Manuel. In Our Islands, Our People: The Histories and Cultures of the Filipino Nation, edited by Cruz-Lucero, R.
  16. Cruz-Lucero, R., Pototanon, R. M. (2018). Capiznon. With contributions by E. Arsenio Manuel. In Our Islands, Our People: The Histories and Cultures of the Filipino Nation, edited by Cruz-Lucero, R.
  17. Cruz-Lucero, R., Pototanon, R. M. (2018). Capiznon. With contributions by E. Arsenio Manuel. In Our Islands, Our People: The Histories and Cultures of the Filipino Nation, edited by Cruz-Lucero, R.
  18. Cruz-Lucero, R., Pototanon, R. M. (2018). Capiznon. With contributions by E. Arsenio Manuel. In Our Islands, Our People: The Histories and Cultures of the Filipino Nation, edited by Cruz-Lucero, R.
  19. Cruz-Lucero, R., Pototanon, R. M. (2018). Capiznon. With contributions by E. Arsenio Manuel. In Our Islands, Our People: The Histories and Cultures of the Filipino Nation, edited by Cruz-Lucero, R.
  20. Cruz-Lucero, R., Pototanon, R. M. (2018). Capiznon. With contributions by E. Arsenio Manuel. In Our Islands, Our People: The Histories and Cultures of the Filipino Nation, edited by Cruz-Lucero, R.
  21. Cruz-Lucero, R., Pototanon, R. M. (2018). Capiznon. With contributions by E. Arsenio Manuel. In Our Islands, Our People: The Histories and Cultures of the Filipino Nation, edited by Cruz-Lucero, R.
  22. Cruz-Lucero, R., Pototanon, R. M. (2018). Capiznon. With contributions by E. Arsenio Manuel. In Our Islands, Our People: The Histories and Cultures of the Filipino Nation, edited by Cruz-Lucero, R.
  23. Cruz-Lucero, R., Pototanon, R. M. (2018). Capiznon. With contributions by E. Arsenio Manuel. In Our Islands, Our People: The Histories and Cultures of the Filipino Nation, edited by Cruz-Lucero, R.
  24. Cruz-Lucero, R., Pototanon, R. M. (2018). Capiznon. With contributions by E. Arsenio Manuel. In Our Islands, Our People: The Histories and Cultures of the Filipino Nation, edited by Cruz-Lucero, R.
  25. Clavel, L. S. (1972). The Oral Literature of Capiz. University of the Philippines Diliman.
  26. Clavel, L. S. (1972). The Oral Literature of Capiz. University of the Philippines Diliman.