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Translates to “Malay”
Spaniards and other Europeans called groups of Magallanes/Filipinas as?
Before Malayos what were the Filipinos called?
Indios and Indios Malayos
What year did Ferdinand Magellan reached Philippine archipelago?
katalonan or katulonan
Wrote the “pag-uugat ng Kapilipinuhan in the Austronesian and Malay world”
Where do PH languages belong?
Austronesian or Malayo-Polynesian Language
40% of the PH vocabulary could be found in?
Indo-Malaysia, the Pacific Islands, and Madagascar
What was the Lingua Franca in the PH up to 1663?
Who established the first permanent settlement in Cebu in 1565?
Miguel Lopez de Legazpi
Kawi script dated 900 AD
Laguna copperplate inscription
Manila was closely connected to which country?
Luzon Filipino traders served with Malay rulers farther West such as?
subjects of Sultan of Malacca
Original civilization of Dunia Melayu
Dunia Melayu absorbed linguistic and other elements of culture from?
India and Islam
process of Chinese
process of Indians
process of Arabs
Sanskrit word that means the shining ones
hukom, from Bahasa Indonesia
Guro or teacher
Who reported that inhabitants of Manila and surrounding areas show that they were "naturales Malayos”?
Who said that Filipinos in Luzon were Moro Malays from Borney?
Jesuit Francisco Colin
Where is the Malayo district located?
Who said that the Tagalogs, Pampangos, Bicol, and Visayans came from different mainlands?
Juan Francisco de San Antonio
Where did Tagalogs came directly from?
Malacca through Kalimantan
Where did Pampangos came directly from?
Where did Bicols and Visayans came directly from?
Rizal's edition of Morga, points to the rediscovery of the?
Propagandists' Malayan identity
RIzal’s works that alluded to the Malayan identity of the Filipinos.
"The Philippines A Century Hence" and "The Indolence of the Filipinos"
Who pledged to the liberation of the Malay peoples from colonial rule?
After making good first in the Philippines, which inhabitants are next?
Borneo, Indonesia and Malaya
What did Rizal wrote Blumentritt about the article of Kern?
Indo-Chinese origin of the Malay race
Philippines is similar to what place due to having common ancestor?
It is the origin of Tagalog.
During Dapitan exile, what did Rizal studied?
Bisaya and Tagalog grammar
knows anything and everything about Filipinos
RIzal’s mentor and supporter
Rizal did not want to publish before knowing more about?
Jose Rizal is dubbed as
The Pride of the Malay Race, the Great Malayan
Apolinario Mabini reminded his countrymen that they were?
Future cooperation among the different people of?
a legacy of the Propaganda and the Revolution
Because of Malayan connection in Mindanao, Sulu and Palawan, it maintained relations with?
East Indonesia, Malaysia and Java
Who dreamed of a unified Malaysia?
Wenceslao Q. Vinzons
Unified Malaysia is from
northern extremity of Malay Peninsula to Polynesia remote islands
Vinzons established a group called?
Pan-Malayan Union (PMU)
It means “Union of People of Malay”
Perhempoenan Orang Melayoc
PMU consists of students from
Siam, Indonesia, Malay Peninsula, Philippines, Polynesia
Goal 1 of PMU
promote the study of history, civilization and culture of the Malay race
Goal 2 of PMU
develop a sentiment of unity among all brown peoples
Who created a libertarian program aspiring for the independence of nations under foreign domination and the establishment of a confederation of free Malayan Republics?
Carlos Romulo & Diosdado Macapagal
Who would refer to the Malayan heritage?
Who reminded our people of their Malayan origin and the importance of strengthening the bonds of friendship and understanding between us and the other Malayan peoples?
Senator Lorenzo Sumulong
former Director of the Institute of National Language
Creation of lingua franca from the common elements in which languages
Bahasa Melayu, Bahasa Indonesia and Tagalog
Established to remove all the barriers built to divide the peoples of the Malay race
historical: South of China, East of India
South East Asia
fusion of culture from within and outside
cartographical or based on the map
united; politically correct terminology
Brunei, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Timor Leste
Insular Southeast Asia
Malaysia, Myanmar, Thailand, Cambodia
Mainland/Continental Southeast Asia
A country can be both insular and mainland
documented by George Coedes
A similarity of pre-colonial SEA countries where different traditions, rituals, and vocabulary on and about the rice.
A similarity of pre-colonial SEA countries where recognition of women and capacity to be dominant
A similarity of pre-colonial SEA countries where they are inseparable and tell the values, beliefs, and aspirations, as well as memories of a group of people
wide relationships by blood or by affinity
Started in the Tongkin area in Vietnam, then spread all throughout Southeast Asia
Hoabinhian Cultural Complex
Staple food in Hoabinhian cultural complex
Rice and taro