An patadyong (pigsasayod na pa-tad-jóng, pig-aapod man na patadyung, patadjong, habol, o habul), sarong katutubong pampatos na palda na rektangulo o kaarog kan tubo kan Pilipinas na pigsusulot kan parehas na lalaki asin babaye sa mga isla kan Bisaya asin sa Kaiislahan nin Sulu, parehas sa Malong, o Sarong. Panghitoriksl man na pigsusulot ini sa mga parte kan Luzon arog kan Pampanga asin sa Sorsogon.[1][2][3][4]

Sarong patadyong gikan sa kaiislahan nin Sulu, Pilipinas
Malong nin Davao

Kan panahon nin dai pa nin pangrarakyada, parati ining pigsusulot kaiba kan barú o bayú, sarong simpleng dai nin kuwelyo na bado o dyaket na igwa nin saradong sakto na halabang manggas.[2][5] Kadtong panahon nin Kastilaloy, nag-uswag ini sa pagigin kimona na sarong klase nin baro't saya na pigsusulot kan mga tagababang-daga na naging Kristiyano na Bisaya na binibilog nin sarong bakong piot na translucent na blusa, sarong pang-irarom na bado, asin sarong patadyong o sarong palda na igwang pattern na patadyong.[6][7]

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