Meso Philippine Languages

Meso Philippine Languages
Central Philippine
  Ata, Sorsogon Ayta, Tayabas Ayta;
Bikol Naga: Isarog Agta, Mt. Iraya Agta, Central Bicolano; Virac: Southern Catanduanes Bicolano;
Inland: Mt. Iriga Agta, Albay Bicolano, Iriga Bicolano;
Pandan: Northern Catanduanes Bicolano.
Bisayan Banton: Bantoanon,
Cebuan: Cebuano,
Central: Ati, Capiznon, Hiligaynon, Masbatenyo, Porohanon, Romblomanon, Masbate Sorsogon, Waray Sorsogon, Waray-Waray,
South: Butuanon, Tausug, Surigaonon,
West: Aklanon, Malaynon, Caluyanun, Kinaray-A, Ratagnon, Cuyonon, Inonhan.
  Karolanos
Mamanwa Mamanwa
Mansakan Davawenyo: Davawenyo,
Eastern: Karaga Mandaya, Mansaka, Cataelano Mandaya, Sangab Mandaya;
Northern: Kamayo;
Western: Tagakaulu Kalagan, Kagan Kalagan, Kalagan.
  Magahat
  Sulod
Tagalog Filipino, Tagalog
Kalamian
  Agutaynen, Calamian Tagbanwa, Central Tagbanwa;
Palawano
  Bonggi, Batak, Central Palawano, Southwest Palawano, Brooke's Point Palawano, Molbog, Tagbanwa;
South Mangyan
  Buhid-Taubuid (Buhid, Eastern Tawbuid, Western Tawbuid), Hanunoo;