[NINS&LEI] Dunya, Muslim, Babaylan, Trias

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Translates to “world”

Dunia

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Translates to “Malay”

Melayu

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Spaniards and other Europeans called groups of Magallanes/Filipinas as?

Malayos

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Before Malayos what were the Filipinos called?

Indios and Indios Malayos

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What year did Ferdinand Magellan reached Philippine archipelago?

1521

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cerita

salita

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cermin

salamin

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berita

balita

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derita

dalita

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keturunan

katalonan or katulonan

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Wrote the “pag-uugat ng Kapilipinuhan in the Austronesian and Malay world”

Zeus Salazar

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Where do PH languages belong?

Austronesian or Malayo-Polynesian Language

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40% of the PH vocabulary could be found in?

Indo-Malaysia, the Pacific Islands, and Madagascar

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What was the Lingua Franca in the PH up to 1663?

Malay

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Who established the first permanent settlement in Cebu in 1565?

Miguel Lopez de Legazpi

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Kawi script dated 900 AD

Laguna copperplate inscription

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child

anak

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noblewoman

dayang

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infront

hadapan

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debt

hutang

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acquitted debt

lappas

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name

ngaran

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Chief

pamagat

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honorable person

tuhan

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Manila was closely connected to which country?

Brunei

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Luzon Filipino traders served with Malay rulers farther West such as?

subjects of Sultan of Malacca

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Original civilization of Dunia Melayu

Austronesian civilization

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Dunia Melayu absorbed linguistic and other elements of culture from?

India and Islam

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process of Chinese

Sinicization

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process of Indians

Sanskritization

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process of Arabs

Islamification

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Sanskrit word that means the shining ones

Devata (diwata)

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hukom, from Bahasa Indonesia

Pukom

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Guro or teacher

Gurok

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Who reported that inhabitants of Manila and surrounding areas show that they were "naturales Malayos”?

Antonio Morga

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Who said that Filipinos in Luzon were Moro Malays from Borney?

Jesuit Francisco Colin

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Where is the Malayo district located?

Malacca

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Who said that the Tagalogs, Pampangos, Bicol, and Visayans came from different mainlands?

Juan Francisco de San Antonio

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Where did Tagalogs came directly from?

Malacca through Kalimantan

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Where did Pampangos came directly from?

Sumatera

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Where did Bicols and Visayans came directly from?

Macasar

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Rizal's edition of Morga, points to the rediscovery of the?

Propagandists' Malayan identity

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RIzal’s works that alluded to the Malayan identity of the Filipinos.

"The Philippines A Century Hence" and "The Indolence of the Filipinos"

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Who pledged to the liberation of the Malay peoples from colonial rule?

Indios Bravos

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After making good first in the Philippines, which inhabitants are next?

Borneo, Indonesia and Malaya

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What did Rizal wrote Blumentritt about the article of Kern?

Indo-Chinese origin of the Malay race

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Philippines is similar to what place due to having common ancestor?

Sumatera

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It is the origin of Tagalog.

Malay

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During Dapitan exile, what did Rizal studied?

Bisaya and Tagalog grammar

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knows anything and everything about Filipinos

Filipinologist

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RIzal’s mentor and supporter

Ferdinand Blumenritt

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Rizal did not want to publish before knowing more about?

Malayo-Polynesian languages

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Jose Rizal is dubbed as

The Pride of the Malay Race, the Great Malayan

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Apolinario Mabini reminded his countrymen that they were?

Malayo-Filipinos

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Future cooperation among the different people of?

Malaysia-Federacion Malaya

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a legacy of the Propaganda and the Revolution

Pan-Malayan consciousness

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Because of Malayan connection in Mindanao, Sulu and Palawan, it maintained relations with?

East Indonesia, Malaysia and Java

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Who dreamed of a unified Malaysia?

Wenceslao Q. Vinzons

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Unified Malaysia is from

northern extremity of Malay Peninsula to Polynesia remote islands

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Vinzons established a group called?

Pan-Malayan Union (PMU)

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It means “Union of People of Malay”

Perhempoenan Orang Melayoc

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PMU consists of students from

Siam, Indonesia, Malay Peninsula, Philippines, Polynesia

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Goal 1 of PMU

promote the study of history, civilization and culture of the Malay race

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Goal 2 of PMU

develop a sentiment of unity among all brown peoples

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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

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Who would refer to the Malayan heritage?

Gregorio Zaide

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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

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former Director of the Institute of National Language

J.Villa Panganiban

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Creation of lingua franca from the common elements in which languages

Bahasa Melayu, Bahasa Indonesia and Tagalog

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Established to remove all the barriers built to divide the peoples of the Malay race

MAPHILINDO

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historical: South of China, East of India

South East Asia

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fusion of culture from within and outside

Syncretism

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cartographical or based on the map

South-East Asia

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united; politically correct terminology

Southeast Asia

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Brunei, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Timor Leste

Insular Southeast Asia

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Malaysia, Myanmar, Thailand, Cambodia

Mainland/Continental Southeast Asia

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A country can be both insular and mainland

Singapore

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documented by George Coedes

Cultural Matrix

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A similarity of pre-colonial SEA countries where different traditions, rituals, and vocabulary on and about the rice.

Rice culture

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A similarity of pre-colonial SEA countries where recognition of women and capacity to be dominant

Gender relations

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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

Mythologies

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wide relationships by blood or by affinity

Kinship networks

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Started in the Tongkin area in Vietnam, then spread all throughout Southeast Asia

Hoabinhian Cultural Complex

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Staple food in Hoabinhian cultural complex

Rice and taro

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connection with nature; polytheism

Animism

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Everything comes in pairs

Binary existence of nature

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tools used for farming, hunting

Flake tools

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To speed up rice plantation

Domestification of Water Buffalo

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Countries that are anomalies in SEA

PH and Vietnam

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a civilization needs excess food supply for a growing population

Agricultural surplus

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functioning system of various laborers

Labor Specification

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An element of civilization where there is a leader present such as a rajah and datu

Rule by power

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An element of civilization where it should be recognized, legitimate

Formal Government

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maharlika, middle class, alipin

Social Stratification

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An element of civilization where it should be original and developed and written

System of Record Keeping

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An element of civilization where there is a marker of development/prosperity as a civilization

Monumental Construction Project

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The PH is not considered as a Civilization because

lack a system of record keeping and do not have a national marker

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wrote the “A Study of History”

Arnold Joseph Toybee

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The book of Toybee states that

civilization should be challenged

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The PH is mostly influenced by

Islamization

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