Abellen (Ayta Abellen)

Abellen is a member of the Central Luzon branch of the Malayo-Polynesian language family. It is spoken in Tarlac province in central Luzon in the Philippines. In 2008 there were about 3,000 speakers of Abellen, which is also known as Abenlen or Aburlin. Abellen speakers are found in Maamot, Station Juliana and Capas in Tarlac Province, and in Sitio Loob-Bunga in the Municipality of Botolan in Zambales Province.

Abellen alphabet and pronunciation

Abellen alphabet and pronunciation

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Information about Abellen provided by Wolfram Siegel

Sample sentences

Source: Introduction to Writing the Ayta Abellen Language

Sample video in Abellen

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Information about Abellen

Central Luzon languages

Abellen, Ambala, Bolinao, Botolan, Hatang Kayi, Sambal

Languages written with the Latin alphabet

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