Babuza Cho̍k

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Tâi-oân goân-chū-bîn ê hun-pò͘-tô͘, chháu-á-sek--ê sī Bâ-bū-sa̍h (Babuza) Cho̍k

Babuza/Bâ-bū-sa̍h/Bâ-bū-sa̍k Cho̍k (貓霧捒族, Bâ-bū-sa̍h gí: Babuza), sī Tâi-oân goân-chū-bîn ê pêⁿ-po͘-cho̍k, mā sī Hô-lân-lâng só͘ kóng--ê Favorlang (虎尾壟[1]), toà tī Toā-tō͘-khe (大肚溪) kah Lô-chúi-khe tiong-kan ê hái-kháu tē-khu, Chiong-hoà Pêng-goân kah Tâi-tiong Phûn-tē (盆地) ê se-lâm pêng. Mā koh ū Chiong-hoà ê Favorlang gí sû-tián, tī 1650 nî iû Hô-lân thoân-tō (傳道) Gilbert Happart ēng Hô-lân-gí siá--ê.[2] Tāi-lio̍k ū 1000 lâng, m̄-koh hō͘ Hàn-jîn tông-hòa (同化)--ah.

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Chù-kái[siu-kái]

  1. Hoat-im kó͘-lêng sī Hó͘-boé-lang/lâng.
  2. Lí Jîm-kúi (李壬癸),"台灣南島民族的族群與遷徙", 前衛出版社, 2011 nî 1 goe̍h,pp.272-273. ISBN 978-957-801-660-6
  3. Lîm Chhiong-hoâ (林昌華) ,"法波蘭"[1],臺灣原住民歷史語言文化大辭典,2011.

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