DIALECT'S LANGUAGES IN TALAUD ISLAND
(KABARUAN ISLAND AND KARAKELANG ISLAND)
By: Deborya M.Bawurung (19091102058)
SAM RATULANGI UNIVERSITY
FACULITY OF HUMANITIES
Indonesia is a country that is very rich in ethnic and ethnic diversity. One example is the Talaud Tribe, a tribe that occupies a group of Talaud islands in the Sangir Archipelago, Talaud Regency, North Sulawesi Province. The Talaud Islands Regency is one of the outermost regencies of the Indonesian state, which is located in the border area of Indonesia and the Philippines.
Based on historical facts, the Talaud tribe had an openness to the presence of other nations from the role of the islands of trade trajectories between nations in the north to the south of the world. Their area has three central islands, namely Karakelang Island, Salibabu and Kabaruan. Another term from Talaud is Taloda, which means "people of the sea". There are also those who call it Porodisa.
A.History of the Talaud Tribe
The Talaud ethnic group inhabits the group of Talaud islands in the Sangir-Talaud Islands Regency, North Sulawesi Province. Their area consists of three main islands, namely the islands of Karakelang, Salibabu and Kabaruan. Another name for Talaud is Taloda, which means "people of the sea." Some call it Porodisa.