Inagta Alabat language
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|Alabat Island Agta|
|Ethnicity||spoken by 20–60% (2000?)|
Inagta Alabat (Alabat Island Agta) is a nearly extinct Aeta language spoken in central Alabat Island, Philippines. Inagta Lopez is a dialect spoken in Guinayangan (Lobel 2013). It forms a subgroup with Manide (Lobel 2010).
- Lobel, Jason William. 2010. "Manide: An Undescribed Philippine Language". Oceanic Linguistics, Vol. 49, no. 2.
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