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There are many languages and dialects spoken in the Philippines.

National and official languages

  • Filipino (national and official language)
  • English (official language)
  • Spanish (former official language)
  • Tagalog (base language for Filipino)
  • Japanese (proposed official language)
  • Arabic (promoted optionally)

The Philippine language family

  • Batanic languages
    • Yami*
    • Itbayat
    • Ivatan
  • Northern Luzon languages (or Cordilleran languages)
    • Ilokano
    • Cagayan Valley
      • Isnag
      • Ibanagic
        • Atta
        • Ibanag
        • Itawis
        • Yogad
      • Gaddang-Cagayan
        • Central Cagayan Agta
        • Gaddang
        • Ga'dang
    • South-Central Cordilleran
      • Alta
        • Northern Alta
        • Southern Alta
      • Central Cordilleran
        • Isinai
        • Kalinga-Itneg
          • Itneg
          • Kalinga
          • Nuclear Cordilleran
            • Ifugao
            • Bontok-Balangao
              • Balangao
              • Bontok-Kankanaey
                • Bontok-Finallig
                • Kankanaey
      • Southern Cordilleran
        • Ilongot
        • Pangasinic
          • Pangasinense
          • Benguet
            • Ibaloi
            • Iwaak
            • Kallahan
            • Karao
    • Northeastern Luzon
      • Dupaningan Agta
      • Dinapigue Agta
      • Casiguran Agta
      • Nagtipunan Agta
      • Pahanan Agta
      • Paranan
    • Dicamay Agta (extinct)
    • Arta (nearly extinct)
  • Central Luzon languages
    • Kapampangan
    • Sambalic
      • Abellen
      • Ambala
      • Bolinao
      • Botolan
      • Mag-antsi
      • Mag-indi
      • Mariveleño
      • Sambali
    • Sinauna
  • Northern Mindoro languages
    • Alangan
    • Iraya
    • Tadyawan
  • Greater Central Philippine languages
    • Central Philippine languages
      • Tagalog
        • Standard Filipino
        • Marinduqueño
        • Lubang
      • Bikol
        • Pandan
        • Inland Bikol
          • Rinconada
          • Albayanon
        • Coastal Bikol
          • Bikol Naga
          • Catandunganon
      • Visayan
        • South Visayan
          • Tausug
          • Butuanon
        • Cebuan
          • Cebuano
          • Boholano
          • Leyte
        • Central Visayan
          • Waray-Waray
          • Inakbanon
          • Sorsoganon
          • Porohanon (or Camotes Visayan)
          • Bantayanon
          • Hiligaynon (or Ilonggo)
          • Capiznon
          • Kawayan
          • Romblomanon
        • Banton/Asi
          • Bantoanon
        • West Visayan
          • Akalanon
          • Kiniray-a
          • Inati
          • Bulalakaw
          • Dispoholnon
          • Looknon
          • Alcantaranhon
          • Datagnon
          • Santa Teresa Bisayâ
          • Semirara
          • Kuyonon
      • Mansakan
        • Kamayo
        • Davawenyo
        • Isamal
        • Caraga
        • Kabasagan
        • Boso
        • Mandayan
        • Kalagan
        • Tagakaolo
      • Mamanwa
    • South Mangyan languages
      • Buhid
      • Tawbuid
      • Hanuno'o
    • Palawan languages
      • Palawano
      • Aborlan Tagbanwa
      • Central Tagbanwa
      • Palawan Batak
    • Subanen languages
      • Western Subanon
      • Western Kolibugan
      • Tawlet-Kalibugan Subanen
      • Salug-Godod Subanen
      • Southern Subanen
      • Central Subanen
      • Northern Subanen
      • Eastern Subanen
    • Danao languages
      • Maguindanaon
        • Maguindanao-Iranun
      • Maranao (or Mëranaw)
        • Maranao-Iranun
          • Iranunsaya
    • Manobo languages
      • Central Manobo
        • Agusan Manobo
          • Umayam
          • Adgawan
          • Surigao
          • Omayamnon
        • Dibabawnon Manobo
        • Rajah Kabunsuwan Manobo
        • Ata Manobo
        • Matigsalug Manobo
          • Kulamanen
          • Tigwa
          • Tala Ingod
          • Matigsalug Proper
        • Obo Manobo
        • Western Bukidnon Manobo
          • Ilentungen
          • Kiriyenteken
          • Pulangiyen
        • Ilianen Manobo
          • Arakan
          • Livunganen
          • Pulangiyan
      • North Manobo
        • Binukid
        • Kagayanen
        • Higaonon
        • Kinamigin
      • South Manobo
        • Tagabawa
        • Sarangani
        • Cotabato Manobo
          • Tasaday
          • Blit
    • Gorontalo-Mongondow languages
      • Gorontalic
        • Bolango
        • Buol
        • Bintauna
        • Gorontalo
        • Kaidipang
        • Lolak
        • Suwawa
      • Mongondowic
        • Mongondow
        • Ponosakan
  • Kalamian languages
    • Calamian Tagbanwa
    • Agutaynen
  • South Mindanao languages (Bilic languages)
    • Blaan
      • Koronadal Blaan (or Tagalagad)
      • Sarangani Blaan (or Tumanao)
    • T'boli
    • Tiruray
    • Giangan
  • Sangiric languages
    • North Sangiric
      • Talaud
      • Sangirese
    • South Sangiric
      • Bantik
      • Ratahan
  • Minahasan languages
    • Tonsawang (or Tombatu)
    • North Minahasan
      • Tontemboan
      • Tondano
        • Tondano Proper
        • Ka'kas
        • Rembokan
      • Tombulu
      • Tonsea'
  • Umiray Dumaget Agta
  • Manide-Inagta
    • Inagta Alabat
    • Manide
  • Inati (Ati language)