Casiguran Dumagat Agta is a Philipine language spoken near the town of Casiguran in Aurora Province in central Luzon in the Philippines. In 1989 there were about 600 speakers. The language is also known as Dumagat Agta, Casiguran Agta, Casiguran Nagtipunan Agta, or Agta, and is closely related to Paranan.
Casiguran Dumagat Agta is still acquired by children in many families, however increasing numbers of Agta speakers are marrying people from other communities who speak other languages, and Agta is often not passed on in such families.
C, f, j, ñ, q, v, x and z are only used in loanwords and foreign names.
Information about Casiguran Dumagat Agta provided by Michael Peter Füstumum
Améng a Diyos ta langet, Purién maka dén na tolay i ngahen mua. Siko maka dén i maghari ta mundua. Sundin maka dén na tolay ta mundua i kaluuben mo a kona ta langet. Atdinan mo kame ta kanén me nadid a aldew; Sakay patawadén mo kame ta kasalanan me; éy sikame éy patawadén me be du te kasalanan dikame. Sakay diyan mo kame iharap ta mahigpit a mamuhuba dikame, éngˈwan iadeyo mo kame ta medukés.
Information about Casiguran Dumagat Agta
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