Waray Language Bible / Baraan Nga Biblia, An Maupay Nga Sumat / Binisaya Samar-Leyte Visayan Waray Samarenyo Bible / Fifth most spoken native regional language of the Philippines, Eastern Visayas
Waray Language Bible / Baraan Nga Biblia, An Maupay Nga Sumat
Binisaya Samar-Leyte Visayan Waray Samarenyo Bible Fifth most spoken native regional language of the Philippines, Eastern Visayas
Wáray-Wáray or Warai is a language spoken in the provinces of Samar, Leyte, and Biliran in the Philippines.
It is the fifth-most-spoken native regional language of the Philippines, specific to the provinces of Samar,
Northern Samar, Eastern Samar, some parts of Biliran, and the north-east of Leyte island
It is the third most spoken language among the Visayan languages after Cebuano and Hiligaynon (Ilonggo).
The language name comes from the word often heard by non-speakers, "waray" (meaning "none" or "nothing" in Waray); similarly, Cebuanos are known in Leyte as
"mga Kana" and their language as "Kana" (after the oft-heard word "kana", meaning "that" in the Cebuano language).
This contemporary edition of the Bible has 40 years of faithful translation as its legacy.
Genesis 1:1 Ha tinikangan, han pagtuha han Dyos han bug-os nga kalibutan ug han mga butang ha kalangitan
ISBN 9789712901188 / 978-9712901188
Printed in the Philippines
This edition has a hardbound cover.
Target readers: readers who want a contemporary version of the Bible in Samarenyo language.
(A) Word List (Lista han mga Pulong)
(C) Chronology of the Bible (Kronolohiya han Bibliya)
(D) Footnotes & Cross-references
Ethnic Visayans predominantly speak at least one of the Visayan languages which
are commonly referred as Binisaya or Bisaya.
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