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An Mga tataramon na Asliyano iyo an sarong pamilya kan mga tataramon na Austroasyatiko na pigtataram sa Rawis nin Malay. An mga ini an mga tataramon kan dakol kan Orang Asli, an mga aborihinal na nag-eerok kan rawis. An kabuuang bilang kan mga natibong mga parataram kan mga tataramon na Asliyano uminabot sa limampulong ribo dangan gabos delikado na mapuho'. Pigbibisto an mga tataramon na Asliyano kan pamamahala kan Malaysia, kaiba an Kensiu, Kintaq, Jahai, Minriq, Batek, Cheq Wong, Lanoh, Temiar, Semai, Jah Hut, Mah Meri, Semaq Beri, Semelai, dangan Temoq.[2]

Uusipon dangan pinaghalean[liwaton | liwaton an gikanan]

Nagbutwa an orihinal na mga tataramon na Asliyano sa sulnupang parte kan pangenot na bukid dangan sa kalaunan nagwarak sa subangan sa Kelantan, Terengganu, asin Pahang. An pinakaharani na kamag-anak sa mga tataramon na Asliyano iyo an Moniko dangan Nicobares.[3] Igwang posibilidad na nakipag-ugnayan an enot na parte kan mga tawong Moniko asin Nicobares sa mga migrante na naglipat sa Rawis nin Malay gikan sa norte.

Naglalaog an mga tataramon na Asliyano nin sarong komplikadong palimpsest kan mga subli-taramon gikan sa lingguwistang mga komunidad na dae na nag-iiral sa Rawis nin Malay. An saindang kadtong istaran puwedeng masubaybayan poon sa mga etimolohiya asin ebidensiyang arkeolohiko para sa pagkakasurunud-sunod kan mga kultura sa rehiyon.Pigtala ni Roger Blench (2006)[4] na igwang dakol na Borneano asin Tsamiko na mga pautang an mga tataramon na Asliyano, na nagtutukdo sa sarong kadtong presensya kan mga nagtataram nin Borneo dangan Tsamiko sa Rawis nin Malay.

Pigtala nina Blagden (1906),[5] Evans (1937),[6] asin Blench (2006)[4] na an mga tataramon na Asliyano, lalo na an Norteng Asliyano (Dyahaiko) na grupo, naglalaog nin dakol na mga kataga o taramon na dae pwedeng ma-susog sa anumang kasalukuyang bistong pamilya nin tataramon. Naglalaog man an puho' nang tataramon na Kenaboi kan Negeri Sembilan nin dakol na mga kataga o taramon na dae aram an pinaghalean bukod sa mga taramon kan Austroasyatiko asin Austronesyo na pinaghalean.

Hilingon man[liwaton | liwaton an gikanan]

Mga Toltolan[liwaton | liwaton an gikanan]

  1. Hammarström, Harald; Forkel, Robert; Haspelmath, Martin, eds. (2017). "Aslian". Glottolog 3.0. Jena, Germany: Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History. 
  2. Geoffrey Benjamin (1976) Austroasiatic Subgroupings and Prehistory in the Malay Peninsula Jenner et al Part I, pp. 37–128
  3. Blench, R. (2006): Why are Aslian speakers Austronesian in culture Archived February 21, 2011, at the Wayback Machine.. Paper presented at the Preparatory meeting for ICAL-3, Siem Reap.
  4. 4.0 4.1 Blench, Roger. 2006. Why are Aslian speakers Austronesian in culture? Papers presented at ICAL-3, Siem Reap, Cambodia.
  5. Blagden, C. O. 1906. ‘Language.’ In: W. W. Skeat and C. O. Blagden, Pagan races of the Malay Peninsula, volume 2, London: MacMillan, pp. 379-775.
  6. Evans, I. H. N. 1937. The Negritos of Malaya. London: Frank Cass.

Mababasa pa lalo[liwaton | liwaton an gikanan]

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