An Sadit na Prinsipe — in Bikol language.

Bikol, also spelled as Bicol or Bikolano, is a group of closely related languages spoken in the Bicol Region of the Philippines. The Bicol Region is located in the southeastern part of Luzon, the largest island in the Philippines. Bikol languages belong to the larger Austronesian language family and share some similarities with other Philippine languages.

In the Bicol Region, many people are bilingual or multilingual, with proficiency in both Bikol and Filipino (the national language of the Philippines) or even English. While Bikol languages are commonly spoken in everyday life, Filipino and English are used in education, government, and formal communication.

The Bikol languages are typically written using the Latin script, with some modifications to represent unique sounds and characters in the language. The Bikol Central variety has a standardized writing system, which includes diacritics to indicate specific sounds. Bikol languages share a common vocabulary and grammatical structure, with slight variations among dialects. They are known for having a relatively complex system of verb conjugation, similar to other Philippine languages.