Aborlan Tagbanwa is a member of the Kalamian branch of the Philippine language family. It is spoken on Puerto Princesa island in the north of Palawan province in the west of the Philippines. In 2005 there were about 17,200 speakers of Aborlan Tagbanwa, which is also known as Aborlan Tagbanwa, Apurawnon, Tagbanwa or Tagbanua.
Aborlan Tagbanwa is usually written with the Latin alphabet. However the Tagbanwa script is also used to some extent. Aborlan Tagbanwa is mutually intelligible to some extent with other varieties of Tagbanwa, and with Central Palawano and Cuyonon.
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Information about Aborlan Tagbanwa
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Languages written with the Latin alphabet
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