Tataramon na Palauano

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Palauano
a tekoi er a Belau
Katutubo saPalau, Guam, Mga isla nin Norteng Mariana
Katutubong mga parataram
17,000 (2008)[1]
Latin, kadto katakana[2]
Opisyal na estado
Opisyal na tataramon sa
Flag of Palau.svg Palau
Sa regulasyon kanKomisyon nin tataramon na Palau
Mga kodigo nin tataramon
ISO 639-2pau
ISO 639-3pau
Glottologpala1344[3]
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An Palauan (a tekoi er a Belau) sarong natibong tataramon na Malayo-Polinesyo sa Republika kan Palau, na kun saen saro ini sa opisyalmenteng mga tataramon, kaiba kan Ingles. Halawigang piggagamit ini sa pag-oro-aldaw na pagkabuhay sa nasyon. Dae gayong magkaano-ano an Palauano sa iba pang mga tataramon na Malayo-Polinesyo dangan an bakong malinaw an eksaktong klasipikasyon kaini sa laog kan tataramon na Austronesyo.

Mga tala[liwaton | liwaton an gikanan]

  1. Piggamit digdi an pigura, para sa gabos na nasyon, gikan sa Ethnologue. Segun sa 2005 Palau Sensus, igwang 18,544 mga tawo na nag-eedad na 5 mga tao o gurang pa na nag=eerok sa Republika kan Palau, na may 4,718 an dae nagtataram nin Palauano. PIgtatantyang 13,826 sa Palau an nagtataram nin Paluano kan 2005; An UNSD, pigtantyang 12,400 sa Palau kan 2008. AN mga numerong ini dae pig-iba an mga katutubong mga parataram nin Palauano na nag-eerok sa luwas kan Palau, na kun susumamuhon maabot sa pirang ribong dagdag na parataram (4,000 segun sa Ethnologue). (Hilingon an Plantilya:Harvcolnb.)
  2. Dae na piggagamit an Katakana, poon kan pigbase an ortograpiya sa iskriturang Latin na nakakua nin opisyalmenteng estado dangan pigtutukdo na sa mga eskwelahan. Alagad hilingon an Plantilya:Harvcolnb.
  3. Hammarström, Harald; Forkel, Robert; Haspelmath, Martin, eds. (2017). "Palauan". Glottolog 3.0. Jena, Germany: Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History. 

Mga toltolan[liwaton | liwaton an gikanan]

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