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Akeanon (also Aklanon) is a language spoken in the Philippines.
Aklanon is unique among Philippine languages since it posseses the digraph ea ("l" pronounced with rolling "r" sound). According to legend, the digraph originated from the first ruler of Aklan, Datu Bangkaya, who had a short tongue and therefore could not pronounce the "l" sound.
1- isaea 2- daywa 3- tatlo 4- ap-at 5- lima 6- an-om 7- pito 8- waeo 9- siyam 10- pueo
monday- lunes tues- martes wed- mierkules thu- hueves fri- viernes sat- sabado sun- dominggo
January- Enero February- Pebrero March- Marso April- Abril May- Mayo June- Hunyo July-Hulyo August- Agosto September- Septiembre October- Oktobre November- Nobyembre December- Disyembre
Writing time and date
white-puti, red- puea, green- berde, yellow- dueaw, black- itum
Bus and train