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Tattao a Bisayano

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Ti Dagiti Bisaya (Ingles: Visayans) ket di Tattao a Filipino ethnic group whose members ket dagiti ingay iti umuna wenno balin iti pagsasao a Bisaya, ti moste waydli nga sao di Cebuano, Hiligaynon, ken Waray-Waray.

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Map of the Philippines showing the locations of Visayas, Mindanao and Luzon region.

Kabisay-an refers both to the Visayan people collectively and the lands occupied by them. The English translation, Visayas, is used only to refer to the latter. From a geopolitical standpoint, the Philippine region of the Visayas comprises the following islands: Panay, Romblon, Guimaras, Negros, Cebu, Bohol, Siquijor, Leyte, Biliran and Samar.

Visayans refer to their respective languages as Binisaya or Bisaya. The table below lists the Philippine languages classified as Visayan by the Summer Institute of Linguistics. Although all of them belong to the same language family of Visayan, not all speakers identify themselves as Visayan. The Tausūg ethnic group, for instance, only use Bisaya to refer to Christian Visayan-speakers.

Language Speakers Date/source
Aklanon 394,545 1990 census
Ati 1,500 1980 SIL
Bantoanon(Asi) 200,000 2002 SIL
Butuanon 34,547 1990 census
Caluyanon 30,000 1994 SIL
Capiznon 638,653 2000
Cebuano 20,043,5021 1995 census
Cuyonon 123,384 1990 census
Hiligaynon 7,000,0001 1995
Inonhan 85,829 2000 WCD
Kinaray-a 377,529 1994 SIL
Malaynon 8,500 1973 SIL
Masbatenio 350,000 2002 SIL
Porohanon 23,000
Ratagnon 2 2000 Wurm
Romblomanon(Ini) 200,000 1987 SIL
Sorsogon, Masbate 85,000 1975 census
Sorsogon, Waray 185,000 1975 census
Surigaonon 344,974 1990 census
Tausug 900,0002 2000 SIL
Waray-Waray 2,437,688 1990 census
Total 33,463,654

1 Philippines only.
2 Philippines only; 1,022,000 worldwide.