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Minangkabau
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Lundu Minangkabau; mantad sawat moi id siriba:

Atas: Adityawarman, Rohana Kuddus, Imam Bonjol, Rasuna Said, Agus Salim.

Bawah: Sutan Syahrir, Abdul Muis, Mohammad Hatta, Tan Malaka, Chairil Anwar.
Regions with significant populations
Template:Wp/dtp/country data Indonesia (2022 census)8,475,000[1]
Template:Wp/dtp/NbspSumatera Barat1,747,000
Template:Wp/dtp/NbspRiau535,000
Template:Wp/dtp/NbspSumatera Utara307,000
Template:Wp/dtp/NbspJakarta265,000
Template:Wp/dtp/NbspJawa Barat169,000
Template:Wp/dtp/NbspJambi132,000
Template:Wp/dtp/country data Malaysia1,000,000
Languages
Boros Minangkabau
Religion
Islam

Tulun Minangkabau (Minangkabau: Urang Minangkabau toi ko' Minang; Jawi: ‏مينڠكاباو‎‎ toi ko' مينڠ‎) nopo nga iso tinimungan etnik Nusantara mantad Tanah Tinggi Minangkabau, Sumatera Barat, Indonesia. Watas penganut kotinoruan Minangkabau nokotias di satanga darat Riau, boogian utara Bengkulu, boogian barat Jambi, boogian selatan Sumatera Utara, barat daya Aceh, Kalimantan, Sulawesi, om nogi Negeri Sembilan id Malaysia sabaagi watas rantau soliwan Melbourne/Australia, Pattani/Thailand, Camp/Vietnam, India, Arab, Singapura, Filipina, Amerika Latin, Turki, China, Spanyol, Portugis, Belanda, Jerman, Inggris om Amerika[3]. Tinoruan diolo nopo nga kikouyuuyo do kotinaan(matrilineal), miampai dapu om tanah di patahakon kumaa tanak tondu mantad tina, om id ponguludan do agama om politik nopo nga uludon do tongokusai (mulong pia do piipiro tondu nga oponsol id gana' diti). Baino opintanga do tulun Minangkabau nopo nga poingion id rantau, majoriti id kakadayan om kakadaian agayo Indonesia om Malaysia. Tulun Melayu id Malaysia kogumuan nopo nga mantad Minangkabau, kogumuan poingion id Negeri Sembilan om nogi Selangor, Johor om SIngapura.

Sukuon

  1. Indonesia's Population: Ethnicity and Religion in a Changing Political Landscape. Institute of Southeast Asian Studies. 2003. ISBN 9812302123.
  2. Minangkabau poeple. Encyclopædia Britannica. Diakses pada 14 Maret 2012.
  3. Josselin de Jong, P.E. de, (1960), Minangkabau and Negeri Sembilan: Socio-Political Structure in Indonesia, Jakarta: Bhartara