In Visayas, the Visayan language is translated into many forms, depending on the actual location. The three main dialects are Cebuano, which is spoken in most parts of Visayas, especially in Cebu, Siquijor, and Bohol; Ilonggo, which is used in Negros and Panay; and Waray-Waray, which is spoken in Samar and Leyte.
Among those three dialects, different versions are also born. Most of those versions differ slightly from the original. Still, the locals who use them feel proud enough to have the
Bohol is a unique place that has its very own language. The Boholano dialect is a separate language from the ones Cebuanos use. It is a rip off of the Cebuano but characterizes some
differences. There are a couple of phonetic distinctions in the Boholano dialect that makes it distinctive from Cebuano.