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Aklanon[edit]

Please add a welcome in Akeaon dito and help complete the missing templates.

=== Inigles bersion ===

Welcome to what is to become the portal for Aklanon language here at OmegaWiki.org the universal on-line dictionary.
Sorry but, the actual editing of the Defined-Meaning(s) of Aklanon words is on hold until such time that we have;

  1. A good welcome in Aklanon with same translated into ingles.
  2. Proof read and correction of the user templates.
  3. A suggested word list (multi-user participation) and
  4. Some more user's here.

--Chief_Mike 07:45, 25 August 2007 (EDT)


Please create an account for yourself add a word or more to the words list below, pagsaleamat!

Countries[edit]

Republika ng Pilipinas/Republic of the Philippines

DefinedMeaning Word Lists[edit]

Please help: The meanings of these words(and this paragraph) need to be translated into several other languages esp languages with large numbers of arriving tourists to Aklan ie.

  1. Aklanon akl
  2. Visayans vis???
  3. Korean kor
  4. Japanese jpn
  5. German ger
  6. French frn

add etcetera...

Alpabentong-Aklanon / Alphabet[edit]

Ro orig alpabetong-Akeon contains 21 letran:

The first letter of the native Aklanon alphabet. Pronounced /'ah/
The second letter of the native Aklanon alphabet. Pronounced /bah/
The third letter of the native Aklanon alphabet. Pronounced /kah/
The forth letter of the native Aklanon alphabet. Pronounced /dah/
The fifth letter of the native Aklanon alphabet. Pronounced /gah/ ???
The sixth letter of the native Aklanon alphabet. Pronounced /gah/
The seventh letter of the native Aklanon alphabet. Pronounced /hah/
The eighth letter of the native Aklanon alphabet. Pronounced /'iy/
The nine letter of the native Aklanon alphabet. Pronounced /lah/
The tenth letter of the native Aklanon alphabet. Pronounced /mah/
The eleventh letter of the native Aklanon alphabet. Pronounced /naw/
Ng 
The twelfth letter of the native Aklanon alphabet. Pronounced /ngah/
The thirteenth letter of the native Aklanon alphabet. Pronounced /'oh/
The fourteenth letter of the native Aklanon alphabet. Pronounced /pah/
The fifteenth letter of the native Aklanon alphabet. Pronounced / /  ?
The sixteenth letter of the native Aklanon alphabet. Pronounced /rah/
The seventeenth letter of the native Aklanon alphabet. Pronounced /sah/
The eighteenth letter of the native Aklanon alphabet. Pronounced /tah/
The nineteenth letter of the native Aklanon alphabet. Pronounced /'uw/
The twenty nth letter of the native Aklanon alphabet. Pronounced /wah/
The twety first letter of the native Aklanon alphabet. Pronounced /yaw/

Alphabetical list of place names[edit]

  • Altavas 
    One of seventeen municipalities in the Province of Aklan Philippines.
  • Balete 
    One of seventeen municipalities in the Province of Aklan Philippines.
  • Banga 
    One of seventeen municipalities in the Province of Aklan Philippines.
  • Batan 
    One of seventeen municipalities in the Province of Aklan Philippines.
  • Boracay 
    A small island located just north of Panay Island, famous for it's white sand beach.
  • Buruanga 
    One of seventeen municipalities in the Province of Aklan Philippines.
  • Ibajay 
    One of seventeen municipalities in the Province of Aklan Philippines.
  • Kalibo 
    One of seventeen municipalities in the Province of Aklan Philippines.
  • Lezo 
    One of seventeen municipalities in the Province of Aklan Philippines.
  • Libacao 
    One of seventeen municipalities in the Province of Aklan Philippines.
  • Madalag 
    One of seventeen municipalities in the Province of Aklan Philippines.
  • Makato 
    One of seventeen municipalities in the Province of Aklan Philippines.
  • Malay 
    One of seventeen municipalities in the Province of Aklan Philippines.
  • Malinao 
    One of seventeen municipalities in the Province of Aklan Philippines.
  • Nabas 
    One of seventeen municipalities in the Province of Aklan Philippines.
  • New Washington 
    One of seventeen municipalities in the Province of Aklan Philippines.
  • Numancia 
    One of seventeen municipalities in the Province of Aklan Philippines.
  • Tangalan 
    One of seventeen municipalities in the Province of Aklan Philippines.

Alphabetical list of transportation names[edit]

  • Ban-ka 
    A small boat usually gas-powered, with bamboo outrigging. see picture<>
  • Carga 
    A cart like sled pulled by a work animal usually Baka or Carabou. see picture<>
  • Pedicab 
    A bicycle with attached sidecar used to transport passengers or vend-able goods.
  • Trisykel 
    A wheeled, gasoline motor powered vehicle with an attached seven seat side-car. see picture<>

Alphabetical list of foods and related items[edit]

  • Baso it tubi 
    Glass of water
  • kat'tsara 
    spoon
  • inihaw 
    grilled, roasted

Roadmap[edit]

  1. Make sample list of words to get project started.
  2. Print out web page get some help from teacher and/or friends to translate page (including Babel plates into local language(s).
  3. Update My Blog, this site's blog, Aklan-online blog, other?
  4. Press reliese to local radio stations/regional news papers.
  5. If enough support is found, then seek out international grant funds. Explanation TBD check my blog A disadvantaged/disabled(blind/deaf) youth computer training center at public library or rural elementary school. or OLPC Philippines pilot project? or ???
  6. Very long range goal SMS text service Aklanon to ANY Language ag bise bersa with MMS pictures and verbal (Voice Mail) reply. This is a possible source of sustainable funds!
pls. add to this list to make the Magic Twelve squared happen 12x12=144

Resources (published books)[edit]

Title:  	SUNGKAAN SA PAGSUEAT, PAGBASA AG PAGHAMBAE IT INAKEANON
Author(s): 	Laserna, Manuel
Publication: 	Manila
Year:		1916
SUBJECT(S)
Descriptor: 	Cebuano language -- Dialects -- Philippines -- Aklan. 
                Bisaya language -- Dictionaries -- English. 
Note(s): 	


Title:  	A study of the Aklanon dialect /
Author(s): 	Cruz, Beato A. de la. 
                Zorc, R. David Paul, ; joint author.
                Reyes, Vicente Salas, ; joint author.
                Prado, Nicolas L., ; joint author.
Publication: 	Kalibo : [s.n.],
Year:		1968-1969
Description: 	2 v. ; 24 cm.
Language: 	English
Contents: 	v. 1. Grammar.
		v. 2. Dictionary (of root words and derivations) Aklanon to English.
SUBJECT(S)
Descriptor: 	Cebuano language -- Dialects -- Philippines -- Aklan. 
                Bisaya language -- Dictionaries -- English. 
Note(s): 	Public Domain 1969
                Vol. 2 by Vicente Salas Reyes, R. David Paul Zorc, Nicolas L. Prado et al.
Class
Descriptors: 	LC: PL5629
Responsibility: Beato A. de la Cruz, R. David Paul Zorc.
Document Type: 	Book


Title:		Five-Language Dictionary (Panay Island) 
Author(s): 	Dela Cruz, Roman A. 
Publication: 	Kalibo
Year:		2003, First Printing 2000 copies; January, 2004
Description: 	English definitions to Tagalog; Hiligayon; Kinaray-A; and Aklanon
Language: 	English
ISBN: 		971-9023-25-2
Note(s): 	©2003
		Rock Publishing LLC.
		5600 Kalibo, Aklan

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External Links[edit]

Epilogue[edit]

These listed items may have mis-spellings wrong meanings or ???
Once we have a good list (at least 150 or more) words with multiple DefinedMeannings
we will open up the main Aklanon dictionary for editing. 

Pagsalaeamat po, --Chief Mike 07:27, 6 July 2007 (EDT) Kalibo, Aklan, RP