Oriya and Tagalog as Minority Language
In Oriya and Tagalog speaking countries you will get the countries which have Oriya and Tagalog as minority language. The language which is spoken by minority of population in the country is called as minority language.
- Oriya as minority language: Not spoken in any of the countries.
- Tagalog as minority language: Australia, Canada, Guam, Hong Kong, New Zealand, Singapore, United Kingdom.
If you want to compare Oriya and Tagalog dialects, then you can go to Oriya vs Tagalog Dialects. Some of the official languages are also considered as minority languages.
Oriya and Tagalog Regulators
Oriya and Tagalog speaking countries provide you Oriya and Tagalog regulators which are the official organizations that regulate them. Oriya is not regulated.Tagalog is regulated by Komisyon sa Wikang Filipino, National Languages Committee. Also get to learn, Oriya and Tagalog Language History.
Oriya and Tagalog Continents
Thinking about Oriya and Tagalog continents in which Oriya and Tagalog speaking countries are present. Check out more information on Oriya and Tagalog. Most of the Oriya speaking countries lie in Asia. While Tagalog speaking countries lie in Asia, Australia. Continentwise, most of the languages belong to Asian Languages and African Languages. It's always fun to know about interesting facts of any language, so lets discuss about unknown facts of Oriya and Tagalog languages:
Oriya Interesting Facts:
- The earliest literature in Oriya was traced in 7th to 9th centuries.
- Since Odia is having a long literary history and has not borrowed largely from other languages, it is the 6th classical language in India.
Tagalog Interesting Facts:
- In 1593, "Doctrina Christiana" was first book written in two versions of Tagalog.
- The name "Tagalog" means "native to" and "river". "Tagalog"is derived from taga ilog, which means "inhabitants of the river".
The Oriya language was derived from Sanskrit Language and is similar to Bengali and Assamese whereas Oriya language is similar to Filipino, Cebuano and Spanish Languages and derived from Not Available.