Batangas

EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Spanish Batangas, from Tagalog batangan (wooden raft)

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Proper nounEdit

Batangas

  1. A province of the Philippines.
  2. The capital city of Batangas, Philippines; a former municipality

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Batangas

  1. Batangas (a province of the Philippines)
  2. Batangas (a city, the provincial capital of Batangas, Philippines; a former municipality)

SpanishEdit

 
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EtymologyEdit

From Tagalog batangan (timberland; place of wooden rafts), from batang (log) +‎ -an (place marker suffix), after the wooden rafts found on the Calumpang River in present-day Batangas City.

Proper nounEdit

Batangas f

  1. Batangas (a province of the Philippines)
  2. Batangas (a city, the provincial capital of Batangas, Philippines; a former municipality)

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TagalogEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Spanish Batangas, from Tagalog batangan (timberland; place of wooden rafts), from batang (log) +‎ -an (place marker suffix). The province is named by the Spaniards after the wooden rafts found on the Calumpang River in present-day Batangas City.

PronunciationEdit

  • Hyphenation: Ba‧tan‧gas
  • IPA(key): /baˈtaŋɡas/, [bɐˈtaŋɡɐs]

Proper nounEdit

Batangas

 
Ang lokasyon ng Batangas sa Pilipinas (The location of Batangas in the Philippines)
 
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  1. Batangas (a province of the Philippines)
    Synonym: (poetic) Batangan
  2. Batangas (a city, the provincial capital of Batangas, Philippines; a former municipality)

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