Capiznon (Spanish: capiceño) is an Austronesian regional language spoken in Western Visayas in the Philippines. Capiznon is concentrated in the province of Capiz in the northeast of Panay Island. It is a member of the Visayan language family and the people are part of the wider Visayan ethnolinguistic group, who constitute the largest Filipino ethnolinguistic group. The language is often confused with Hiligaynon due to dialectological comprehension similarities and as high as 91% mutual intelligibility, but it has its certain unique accent and vocabulary that integrates Aklanon and Waray lexicon. Despite its distinct corruption of Hiligaynon lateral approximants, a prevalent feature among rural farmers, ethnic convergence and cosmopolitanism has led to a shift back to the purely Hiligaynon

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  • Le capiznon est une des langues bisayas parlée par 639 000 locuteurs (2000). Également appelée en espagnol capiceño, c'est une langue austronésienne, concentrée dans la province de Capiz au nord-est de Panay. Il est souvent confondu avec le hiligaïnon. (fr)
  • カピス語(カピスご、英: Capiznon language)はオーストロネシア語族に属する言語である。フィリピンの西ビサヤ地方で話されており、特にパナイ島北東部のカピス州に集中している。 (ja)
  • Capiznon (Spanish: capiceño) is an Austronesian regional language spoken in Western Visayas in the Philippines. Capiznon is concentrated in the province of Capiz in the northeast of Panay Island. It is a member of the Visayan language family and the people are part of the wider Visayan ethnolinguistic group, who constitute the largest Filipino ethnolinguistic group. The language is often confused with Hiligaynon due to dialectological comprehension similarities and as high as 91% mutual intelligibility, but it has its certain unique accent and vocabulary that integrates Aklanon and Waray lexicon. Despite its distinct corruption of Hiligaynon lateral approximants, a prevalent feature among rural farmers, ethnic convergence and cosmopolitanism has led to a shift back to the purely Hiligaynon prosodic form of slower tonality and softer and longer vowels most particularly among the younger generations. (en)
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  • Capiceño
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  • Austronesian
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  • Capiznon
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  • Area where Capiznon is spoken
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  • Le capiznon est une des langues bisayas parlée par 639 000 locuteurs (2000). Également appelée en espagnol capiceño, c'est une langue austronésienne, concentrée dans la province de Capiz au nord-est de Panay. Il est souvent confondu avec le hiligaïnon. (fr)
  • カピス語(カピスご、英: Capiznon language)はオーストロネシア語族に属する言語である。フィリピンの西ビサヤ地方で話されており、特にパナイ島北東部のカピス州に集中している。 (ja)
  • Capiznon (Spanish: capiceño) is an Austronesian regional language spoken in Western Visayas in the Philippines. Capiznon is concentrated in the province of Capiz in the northeast of Panay Island. It is a member of the Visayan language family and the people are part of the wider Visayan ethnolinguistic group, who constitute the largest Filipino ethnolinguistic group. The language is often confused with Hiligaynon due to dialectological comprehension similarities and as high as 91% mutual intelligibility, but it has its certain unique accent and vocabulary that integrates Aklanon and Waray lexicon. Despite its distinct corruption of Hiligaynon lateral approximants, a prevalent feature among rural farmers, ethnic convergence and cosmopolitanism has led to a shift back to the purely Hiligaynon (en)
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  • Capiznon (fr)
  • カピス語 (ja)
  • Capiznon language (en)
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  • Capiznon (en)
  • Binisaya, Binisaya nga Capiznon, Bisaya (en)
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