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The Danao Languages : Magindanaon, Iranun Maranao, and Illanun

@article{Fleischman1981TheDL,
  title={The Danao Languages : Magindanaon, Iranun Maranao, and Illanun},
  author={E. Fleischman},
  journal={Philippine journal of linguistics},
  year={1981},
  volume={12},
  pages={57-77}
}
  • E. Fleischman
  • Published 1981
  • History
  • Philippine journal of linguistics
0. INTRODUCTION The three Danao1 languages of Mindanao—Magindanaon,2 Iranun, and Maranao—together with the Illanun of Sabah have long been recognized as possessing a close genetic relationship 3 (Conklin 1955; Thomas and Healey 1962; Llamzon 1974: 18-9; Leber 1975:35; Allison 1979; Walton 1979). Recent studies (Llamzon and Martin 1976; Walton 1979), moreover, have shown that the Danao languages are most closely related genetically with the Subanun group of languages and that, together with the… Expand
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