Synonyms for balangao or Related words with balangao

kalanguya              mansaka              higaonon              natonin              ibaloi              itneg              banao              sadanga              isneg              manobo              umiray              bagobo              bontok              masadiit              talaandig              barlig              dibabawon              besao              ayangan              lamut              bafaw              boliney              sabangan              ixcatec              tinoc              mandaya              ibanag              matigsalug              dumagat              tboli              kalagan              tadian              dumaget              amganad              tiruray              licuan              bauko              isnag              blaan              mamanwa              tagakaolo              yogad              umbu              babuza              marantao              bucloc              puquina              cayubaba              canichana              urang             

Examples of "balangao"
Balangao or Balangaw (also called Balangao Bontoc) is a mountain language of northern Philippines. It is spoken in the central area of Mountain Province, and into Tanudan municipality of Kalinga Province.
The Balangao tribe inhabits the barangay in the Natonin, Mountain Province, Philippines.
The farangao language is used by the Balangao tribe and is confined to the tribe and other nearby tribes who have their own languages related to the farangao dialect.
An alternative listing for the Northern Philippine tribes is: Apayao/Isnag, Abra/Tinguian, Kalinga, Gaddang, Applai, Bontoc, Bago, I-lagod, Kankana-ey, Kangkanai, Balangao, Ibaloi, Ifugao, Ikalahan, Kalanguya, Karao and Ilongot.
Based on the 2000 census survey, Kankana-ey comprised of the total provincial population of 140,339. Balangao/Baliwon came in second at , and Bontoc at . Other ethnicities were the Ilocano at , Applai at , "Binontok" at , and Kalinga at .
Today, Paracelis has become a melting pot of migrants from different areas, such as the Balangao,Madukayans, Kalinga, and Ifugao tribes including Ilokanos. This migration has been instrumental on the fast rising urbanization of Paracelis in the last two decades. The town's current administration is introducing urbanization plan for the municipality.
An Austronesian language, it is related to such languages as Malay (Indonesian and Malaysian), Tetum, Chamorro, Fijian, Maori, Hawaiian, Samoan, Tahitian, Paiwan and Malagasy. It is closely related to some of the other Austronesian languages of Northern Luzon, and has slight mutual intelligibility with the Balangao language and the eastern dialects of the Bontoc language.
The Balangao tribe, focuses primarily on farming; which is performed either in rice terraces or from lands that were cleared by fire. At the present, many of the younger generation of the tribe have gained education and are exposed to modernization thus changing the once traditional society of the tribe.
The primary language spoken is Kalinga, including its dialects of Balangao, Butbut, Limos, Lower Tanudan, Lubuagan, Mabaka, Madukayang, Southern Kalingan, and Upper Tanudan. Gaddang, as well as Ilocano, Tagalog, and English are also spoken in as "lingua francas" with varying degrees of proficiency.
Some of the Northern Philippine tribal groups called Igorots or Cordillerans that weave pasikings are the Apayaos or Isneg, the Tinguian of Abra province, the Kalingas of Kalinga province, the Gaddang, the Bugkalot, the Applai, the Bontocs of Bontoc, Mountain Province, the Ilagod, the Bago, the Kankana-ey, the Balangao, the Ibaloi, the Ifugaos, the Ikalahan, the Kalanguya, the Karao, and the Ilongots. It is also woven using rattan by non-Cordilleran persons.
An early example proposed by McCarthy & Prince (1994) is the constraint NoCoda, which prohibits syllables from ending in consonants. In Balangao, NoCoda is not ranked high enough to be always obeyed, as witnessed in roots like codice_1 (faithfulness to the input prevents deletion of the final /n/). But, in the reduplicated form codice_2 'repeatedly be left behind', the final /n/ is not copied. Under McCarthy & Prince's analysis, this is because faithfulness to the input does not apply to reduplicated material, and NoCoda is thus free to prefer codice_2 over hypothetical codice_4 (which has an additional violation of NoCoda). Constraints are also violable; the winning candidate need not satisfy all constraints, as long as for any rival candidate that does better than the winner on some constraint, there is a "higher" ranked constraint on which the winner does better than that rival.
Attempts to implement these rights regarding cultural integrity are most recently captured by the celebration of National Indigenous People's Month on October to November 2014. This was said to be the biggest gathering of Philippine indigenous peoples by far. Headed by the chairman of the National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA), Felipe M. De Leon, Jr., showcased were the traditional cuisines, rituals, musical performances and other elements of culture. This gave way for indigenous peoples to interact and learn from one another's culture. It was held in three different venues, from Oct. 22 to 23 at the Baguio Convention Center in Baguio City in Luzon in expected attendees were from groups: Gaddang, Isinay, Tinggian, Itneg, Ibanag, Yogad, Itawit, Malaweg, Kasiguran, Ivatan, Itbayat, Bugkalot, Isnag, Kalinga, Ifugao, Ibaloy, Kankanaey, Balangao, Bontok, Applai, Ilocano, Bolinao, Pangasinan, Tagalog, Sambal, Pampangan, Ayta, Agta, Mangyan, Palawani, Molbog, Jama Mapun, Tagbanua, Pala’wan, Agutaynen, Bicolano, Batak and Cuyunon; from Nov. 6 to 7 in Zamboanga City in Mindanao aimed to highlight the groups: Yakan, Subanen, Manobo, Higaonon, Bagobo, Mandaya, Mansaka, B’laan, Sangir, Ata Manobo, T’boli, Teduray, Arumanen, Mamanwa, Maranao, Magindanao, Iranun and Tausug and from Nov. 10 to 11 in Bacolod City, Negros Occidental in Visayas for the groups: Ati, Panay Bukidnon, Waray, Abaknon, Hiligaynon and Cebuano. It was organized by the Subcommission of Cultural Communities and Traditional Arts, a subcommission of the NCCA, along with the local governments, government agencies, nongovernmental organizations and private companies with the theme of "Katutubong Filipino para sa Kalikasan at Kapayapaan" ["Native Filipinos for Nature and Peace"].