Western Austronesian Languages

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  1. Chamorro: Chamorro
  2. Palauan: Palauan
  3. Northern Philippines:
    1. Bashiic-Central Luzon-Northern Mindoroː
      1. Bashiic: Babuyan, Ivatan, Yami  
      2. Central Luzon:
        1. Pampangan: Kapampangan
        2. Sinauna: Remontado Dumagat
        3. Sambalic:
              Bolinao, Bololan Sambal, Tina Sambal, Mag-Anchi Ayta, Mag-Andy Ayta, Abenlen Ayta, Ambala Ayta, Magbukun Ayta
      3. Northern Mangyan: Alangan, Iraya, Tadyawan
    2. Northern Luzonː
      1. Alta: Northern Alta, Southern Alta
      2. Arta: Arta
      3. Ilocano: Ilocano
      4. Northern Cordilleran:
        1. Dumagat:
        2. Ibanag:
      5. South-Central Cordilleran:
        1. Central Cordilleran:
        2. Southern Cordilleran:
  4. Southern Philippines:
    1. Subanun:
          Central Subanen, Eastern Subanen, Kolibugan Subanon, Northern Subanen, Western Subanen 
    2. Manoboː
      1. Central:
      2. North:
           Binukid, Higaonon, Kagayanen,
        Kinamiging Manobo
         
      3. South:
            Cotabato Manobo, Sarangani Manobo
        , Tagabawa Manobo
         
    3. Danao: Irannun-Philippines, Irannun-Sabah, Maguindanaon, Maranao
  5. Meso-Philippines:
    1. South Mangyanː
      1. Buhid-Taubuid: Bangon (Eastern Tawbuid), Buhid, Tawbuid
      2. Hanunoo: Hanunoo 
    2. Kalamian: Agutaynen, Calamian Tagbanwa
    3. Palawanic:
          Batak,
      Bonggi, Molbog, Tagbanwa, Central Tagbanwa, Brook's Point Palawano, Southwest Palawano
    4. Central Philippines:
      1. Tagalog: Tagalog
      2. Bikol:
        1. Coastal:
               Naga: Isarog Agta,
          Mt. Iraya Agta, Central Bicol Virac, Southern Catanduanes Bikol 
        2. Inland:
               Mt. Iriga Agta,
          Buhi'non Bikol, Libon Bikol, Miraya Bikol, West Albay Bikol
        3. Buhi-Daraga: Rinconada Bikol
        4. Pandan: Northern Catanduanes Bikol  
      3. Mansakan:
        1. Davawenyo: Davawenyo
        2. North: Kamayo
        3. Eastern: Mansaka, Mandayan
        4. Western:
              Kalagan, Kagan Kalagan, Tagakaulo
      4. Mamanwa: Minamanwa 
      5. Unclassified:
            
        Ata, Sorsogon Ayta, Tayabas Ayta, Northern Binukidnon, Southern Binukidnon, Sulod
      6. Bisayan:
        1. Banton: Bantoanon
        2. Cebuano: Cebuano
        3. Central:
              
          Ati, Bantayanon, Capiznon, Hiligaynon, Masbatenyo, Porohanon, Romblomanon

               Warayan:
           
                   Baybayanon, Kinabalian, Northern Sorsoganon, Southern Sorsoganon, Waray-Waray
           
        4. South: ButuanonSurigaonon, Tandaganon, Tausug
        5. West: Aklanon, Caluyanun, Cuyonon, Inonhan, Kinaray-a, Malaynon, Ratagnon
  6. South Mindanao:
    1. Bagobo: Bagobo-Klata
    2. Tiruray: Tiruray
    3. Tboli: Tboli
    4. Bilic: Cotabato Blaan, Sarangani Blaan 
  7. Sama-Bajaw:
    1. Abaknon: Inabaknon    
    2. Sulu-Borneo:
      1. Borneo Coast Bajaw:
           
        Indonesian Bajau, West Coast Bajau, Mapun
      2. Inner Sulu Sama:
           
        Balangingih Sama, Central Sama, Southern Sama
      3. Western Sulu Sama: Pangutaran Sama
    3. Yakan: Yakan
  8. Sundic:
    1. Javanese:
          Javanese, East Javanese, Caribbean Javanese, New Caledonian Javanese, Osing, Tengger
    2. Bali-Sasak: Balinese, Sasak, Sumbawa
    3. Sundanese: Sundanese
    4. Malayo-Chamic:
      1. Chamic:
        1. Acehnese: Aceh
        2. Coastal: Haroi, Eastern Cham, Western Cham
        3. Highlands:
             
          Jarai: Jarai
             
          Rade: Bih, Rade 
             
          Chru-Northern:
            
           
              Chru: Chru
                  Northern Cham
          : Cacgia Roglai, Northern Roglai, Southern Roglai
        4. Tsat: Tsat (Huihui)  
      2. Madurese: Kangean, Madurese
      3. Malayic Dayak:
           
         Kendayan, Keninjal
             Ibanic: Balau, Iban, Mualang, Remun, Seberuang, Sebuyau
      4. Urak Lawoi': Urak Lawoi'
      5. Malay-Moklen:
        1. Moklen: Moken, Moklen
        2. Malay:
               Bangka, Banjar, Brunei,
          Col, Duano, Haji, Indonesian, Jakun, Kaur, Kerinci, Kubu, Lubu,  Kupang Malay,
               Papuan Malay, Standard Malay, Minangkabau, Musi, Orang Kanaq, Orang Seletar, Pekal, Sekak, Temuan
      6. Rejang: Rejang 
    5. Lampungic: Lampung Api, Lampung Nyo, Komering
    6. Northwest Sumatra-Barrier Islands:
      1. Gayo: Gayo
      2. Mentawai: Mentawei
      3. Simeulue: Simeulue
      4. Batak:
        1. Northern: Alas-Kluet Batak, Dairi Batak, Karo Batak
        2. Simalungan: Simalungan-Batak   
        3. Southern: Angkola Batak, Mandaling Batak, Toba Batak
      5. Nias: Nias, Sikule
      6. Unclassfied: Nasal
  9. Borneo:
    1.  Ida'an: Ida'an
    2.  Northeast:
      1. Murut-Tidung:
        1. Murut:  
               Keningau Murut, Paluan Murut, Selungai Murut, Tahol Murut, Timugon Murut
          , Okolod
        2. Northern: Bookan Murut
        3. Southern: Kalabakan Murut, Sembakung Murut
        4. Tidung:
               Bolongan, Serudung Murut, Northern Tidung, Southern Tidung
        5. Burusuː Burusu
        6. Unclassified: Gana, Papar
      2. Dusunic:
        1. Bisaya: Brunei Bisaya, Sabah Bisaya, Lotud
        2. Dusun:
               Klias River Kadazan, Kimaragang, Kota Marudu Talantang, Kuijau, Rungus, Tobilung  

               Central: Kadazan Dusun, Minokok, Sugat Dusun
               Eastern:
          Labuk-Kinabatangan Kadazan   
        3.  Unclassified: Dumpas  
      3. Paitanic:
            
        Abai Sungai, Tombonuo
            
        Upper Kinabatangan: Upper Kinabatangan, Lanas Lobu, Tampias Lobu
             Unclassified: Tatana
    3. Kelabitic:
          Kelabit, Lengilu, Lun Bawang, Putoh, Sa'ban, Tring
    4. Rejang-Baram:
      1. Berawan:
             East Berawan, Central Berawan, West Berawan
      2. Bintulu: Bintulu
      3. Kajang:
            Bukitan, Kajaman, Lahanan,
        Punan Batu, Sekapan, Sihan, Ukit
      4. Lower-Baram:
            Belait, Kiput, Lelak, Narom, Tutong
      5. Melanau:
             Central Melanau, Daro-Matu Melanau, Sibu Melanau, Melanau-Kanowit-Tanjong
      6.  Rejang-Sajau:
             Basap,
        Punan Bah Biau, Sajau Basap
    5. Land Dayak:
      1. Bakati': Bakati', Rara Bakati', Sara Bakati' 
      2. Sarawak:
            Biatah Bidayuh, Tringgus-Sembaan Bidayuh, Bau Bidayuh,
        Serian-Bidayuh (Bukar-Sadong)  
      3. Southern:
            Gerai, Jangkang, Kembayan, Ribun, Semandang-
        Bihak, Semandang-Kualan
      4. Benyadu', Sanggau
    6. Kayan-Murik:
      1. Kayanic:
            
        Busang Kayan (Uma:ʔ Tua:n dialect), Baram Kayan, Ga'ay (Long Gelat), Rejang Kayan, Wahau Kayan, Mahakam Kayan,
             Mendalam Kayan, Kayan River Kayan
      2. Modang: Modang,  Ma Pnaan, Punan Merap, Segai
      3. Muller-Schwaner 'Punan':
             Aoheng
        , Bukat, Hovongan, Kereho, Punan Aput, Punan Merah
      4. Murik Kayanː Bahau, Murik Kayan  
    7. Kenyah:
      1. Kayanic Kenyah:
           
        Lebo' Vo', Wahau Kenya, Long Wat (Tutoh Kenyah), Sebop
      2. Upper Pujungan: Uma' Lasan, Uma' Lung / Uma' Longh 
      3. Mainstream: Badeng Kenyah / Mainstream Kenyah (Lebo' Tau)
    8. Punan Nibong: Eastern Penan, Western Penan
    9. Punan Tubuː Punan Tubu
    10. Barito:
      1. East: Kayan:
        1. Central-South:
              
          Central: Dusun Deyah
              
          South:  
                  
          Dusun Malang, Dusun Witu, Ma'anyan, Paku
        2. Malagasy: 
               Southern Betsimisaraka Malagasy, Masikoro Malagasy, Northern Betsimisaraka Malagasy, Plateau Malagasy,
               Sakalava Malagasy, Tandroy-Mahafaly Malagasy, Tanosy Malagasy, Antankarana Malagasy, Bushi
               Tsimihet Malagasy, Bara Malagasy
        3.  North: Lawangan, Tawoyan
      2. Makaham: Tunjung, Ampangang
      3. West:
        1. North: Kohin, Ot Danum, Siang
        2. South: Bakumpai, Ngaju
  10. Sulawesi:    
    1.  Sangir-Minahasan:
      1. Sangiric:
            Bantik, Ratahan, Sangil, Sangir, Talaud 
      1.  Minahasan:
            Tondano, Tontemboan, Tonsea, Tombulu, Tonsawang
    2. Mongondow-Gorontalo:
      1. Mongondow: Mongondow, Ponosakan
      2. Gorontalic:
             Bintauna, Bolango, Buol, Gorontalo, Kaidipang, Lolak
        , Suwawa
    3. Central Sulawesi:
      1. Banggai-Saluan:
        1. Eastern: Banggai, Balantak
        2. Westernː Andio, Butui, Bobongko, Saluan 
      2. Tomini:
            
        Balaesang, Boano, Dampelas, Dondo, Lauje, Pendau, Taje, Tajio, Tolitoli, Tomini
      3. Kaili-Pamona:
        1. Kaili:
              Baras, Da'a Kaili, Ledo Kaili, Unde Kaili, Lindu, Moma, Sarudu, Sedoa, Topoiyo, Uma (Pipikoro)
        2. Pamona:
              Bada, Behoa, Napu, Pamona, Rampi, Tombelala
      4. Bungku-Mori:
             Bahonsuai, Bungku, Kodeohe, Koroni, Kulisusu, Mekongga, Atas Mori, Bawah Mori, Moronene, Padoe, Rahambuu, Tolaki,
             Tomadino, Tulambatu, Waru, Wawonii
    4. South Sulawesi:
      1. Bugis:  
        1. Bugis, Campalagian (Koneq-Koneq)  
        2. Tamanicː Embaloh, Taman
      2. Lemolang: Limola / Lemolang
      3. Makassar: Bentong, Coastal Konjo, Highland Konjo, Makassar, Selayar
      4. Northern:
        1. Mamuju: Mamuju
        2. Mandar: Mandar
        3. Masenrempulu: Duri, Enrekang, Maiwa, Malimpung, Masenrempulu
        4. Pitu Ulunna Salu:
              Aralle-Tabulahan, Bambam, Dakka, Pannei, Ulumanda'
        5. Toraja-Sa'dan:
              Kalumpang, Mamasa, Tae', Talondo, Toraja-Sad'an
      5. Seko:
            Seko Padang, Seko Tengah
            Panasuan: Budong-Budong (Tangkou), Panasuan
    5. Wotu-Wolioː
      1. Kalaoː Kalao, Laiyolo
      2. Wolio-Kamaru: Kamaru, Wolio
      3. Wotu: Wotu
    6. Muna-Buton:
      1. Buton:
        1. East Buton: Kumbewaha, Lasalimu
        2. West Buton: Cia-cia, Kaisabu
      2. Munan:
        1. Busoa: Busoa
        2. Munic: Liabuku, Kaimbulawa, Kambowa, Kioko, Muna, Pancana
      3. Tukangbesi-Bonerate:
             Bonerate, North Tukang Besi, South Tukangbesi

      Note:  Languages and language groups preceded by a dagger (†) are extinct.


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