The Matigsalug Language Bible, Genesis, Ruth, Esther, Jonah and the New Testament / Meupiya ne Panugtulen / Bibliya ne Matigsalug / Color Illustrations and Maps, Red Cover / Language of the Philippines
The Matigsalug Language Bible, Genesis, Ruth, Esther, Jonah and the New Testament
Meupiya ne Panugtulen
Bibliya ne Matigsalug
Color Illustrations and Maps, Red Cover
Language of the Philippines
Publishers: Wycliffe, Bible League International 2010
Printed in the Philippines
Matigsalug (Matig-Salug Manobo) is a Manobo language of Mindanao in the Philippines. It is a Central Philippine language that belongs to the Malayo-Polynesian subgroup of the Austronesian language family. There are four major dialects: Kulamanen, Tigwa, Tala Ingod, and Matigsalug Proper. Dialects are divergent, such that Tigwa has marginal intelligibility of Matigsalug, and only Tala Ingod may have adequate intelligibility of Matigsalug. There are approximately 5,000 monolinguals, but have at least 50,000 speakers; most of whom are concentrated in Mindanao, notably in south central Bukidnon, North Cotabato (northeast), and northwestern Davao del Sur provinces.
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