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Marayum is a dictionary-making tool funded by the Department of Science and Technology (DOST) that can be used as an online dictionary for Philippine indigenous languages.

Marayum was developed to allow interested language communities to create an online dictionary whose content would be owned by its members and peer-reviewed by language experts. The featured entries and content is a community-based effort done by the people who speak and practice the language.

The website itself is owned and run by a research team from the University of the Philippines Diliman (UPD) and they are working in partnership with select regional universities.

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About the Team

The Marayum Team is composed of UP graduates from different disciplines.

This is also the same team that is managing and maintaining the
International Year of Indigenous Languages in the Philippines website.

Project Leader
Mario Carreon
Project Manager, Lead Editor
Samantha Jade Sadural

Software Developers

Kathleen
Figueroa
Noel Nicanor
Sison II
Kiel
Gonzales
Edric
Solis
Ivy Joy
Mallare-San Juan
Jerick Don
San Juan

Interface Designer

Francis Miguel
Quilab

Copywriter & Partnership Manager

Alain Andrew
Boquiren

Logistics

Jennifer
Gonzaga
Marian
Arceo

Linguists, Deputy Editors

Diane
Manzano
Divine Angeli
Endriga

Linguistic Consultants

Dr. Ricardo Ma. Duran
Nolasco
Dr. Mary Ann
Gaitan-Bacolod

Lead Contributor for Hiligaynon

Janelle Rose
Tan

Lead Contributors for Asi

Ismael
Fabicon
Sienna Myla
Fabro
Sonny
Fabula
Abner
Faminiano
Christine
Flores
Jaynes
Flores
Issandra Rose
Fortu
Heather
Kilgour

Lead Contributors for Cebuano

Joseph
AƱavesa
John
Endriga

Lead Contributors for Kinaray-a

Sashah
Dioso
Alfie Anthony
Neodama

Chief Volunteer Contributor

Adellsbi Dave
Lao

Partners

UPD Linguistics
Summer Institute of Linguistics
Asi Studies Center for Culture and the Arts
UP Visayas
Romblon State University
Western Visayas State University
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