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Bisayan

[ bih-sahy-uhn ]

noun

, plural Bi·sa·yans, (especially collectively) Bi·sa·yan.


Bisayan

/ bɪˈsɑːjən /

noun

  1. a variant of Visayan


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He was a grand minister of the gospel, and knew the Bisayan tongue very well.

He understood the Bisayan language very well, and consequently learned the one peculiar to that island in a short time.

Physically and mentally they are inferior to the Tagalogs, and superior to the inhabitants of the eastern Bisayan Islands.

For rice there are no less than sixty-five words in Bisayan; for bamboo, twenty.

The Bisayan has more Malay words than have the dialects spoken in Luzon.

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