Pagsasao a Sambal

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Dagiti pagsasao a Sambal
Patubo iti  Pilipinas
Rehion Zambales, Bolinao, Anda, Olongapo
Pamilia
Dagiti kodigo ti pagsasao
ISO 639-3

Dagiti pagsasao a Sambal ket paset ti pamilia ti Tengnga a Luzon a pagsasao a sinasao dagiti Sambal a tat-tao iti Ciudad ti Olongapo, Dinalupihan (Bataan), ken probinsia ti Zambales iti Pilipinas.

Table of speakers[urnosen | urnosen ti taudan]

Sambal (Spanish: Zambal) is the common, collective name for all the Sambalic languages speakers. It is also the term referring to the Sambalic language subgrouping in northern municipalities of Zambales, which comprises the majority of Sambals or more than 50 percent (200,000) of all Sambalic languages speakers (390,000). Sambal may also refer to the inhabitants of Zambales as a whole and the residents of Bolinao and Anda in Pangasinan.

Language Speakers
Abellen 3,500 (Stone 2005)
Ambala 2,000 (Ramos 2004)
Bolinao 105,000
Botolan 72,000
Mag-antsi 4,200 (Stock 2005)
Mag-indi 5,000 (SIL 1998)
Mariveleño 500 (Wurm 2000)
Sambal 200,000
Vana 1,000
Total 393,200