Ati language

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Ati
Inati
Native to Philippines
Region Panay
Ethnicity Ati people
Native speakers
unknown (1,500 cited 1980)[1]
Language codes
ISO 639-3 atk
Glottolog atii1237[2]

Ati (Inati) is a language of the island of Panay in the Philippines. The Ati people also speak Visaya and Kinary-a.

Locations[edit]

Lobel (2013:75) lists the following Ati communities in the Philippines, with populations given in parentheses.

  • Iloilo (1,902): Anilao (341), Barotac Viejo (867), Cabatuan (31), Calinog (163), Dueñas (43), Dumangas (50), Janiuay (22), New Lucena (59), Passi (103), San Miguel (17), San Rafael (110), Sta. Barbara (12), Tigbauan (69), San Joaquin (15)
  • Antique (4,680): Anini-y (156), Hamtic (3,081), Tobias Fornier (1,383), San Jose (60)
  • Capiz (308): Dumarao (308)
  • Aklan (740+): Buruanga (?), Malay (740)
  • Guimaras (789): Buenavista (189), Jordan (237), Sibunag (178), Nueva Valencia (185)
  • Negros Occidental (309): Isabela (309)
  • Romblon: Odiongan and Calatrava on Tablas Island, and San Jose on Carabao Island (unknown population size)

Total: 8,728+

Baruah (2000) lists the following locations.

  • Antique: Culuasi, Hamtic, San Jose, Sibalom, Tobias
  • Capiz: Dumarao
  • Iloilo: Janiuay, Anilao, Cabatuan, Duenas, Dumangas, Mina, New Lucena, Passi, San Miguel, San Joaquin, San Rafael, Santa Barbara, Tigbauan
  • Aklan
    • Barangay Sabang, Buruanga, Aklan (4 households, 15 people)
    • Barangay Jesuna, Nabas, Aklan (3 households, 20 people)
    • In Malay, Aklan: Barangays Argao, Cubay Norte, Cubay Sur, Cogon, Boracay (total: 63 households, 321 people)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Ati at Ethnologue (17th ed., 2013)
  2. ^ Nordhoff, Sebastian; Hammarström, Harald; Forkel, Robert; Haspelmath, Martin, eds. (2013). "Ati". Glottolog 2.2. Leipzig: Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology. 

External links[edit]

http://www.sunstar.com.ph/iloilo/local-news/2011/10/21/7-ip-communities-benefit-development-program-186329