- n. Plural form of Tagalog.
“ Rojo, in Santa Inés, II, pp. 590-1, says that the Doctrina then being used among the Tagalogs was the same as that written by”
“In his view, the resistance to the U.S. occupation was essentially a rebellion by one “tribe,” the Tagalogs, supported by various brigands, military chieftains, religious fanatics, and some profoundly ignorant and misled peasants.”
“The Tagalogs had their own alphabet, the baybayin, which was similar to those used by people in the South.”
“You know ... we are just too busy to bother about those Tagalogs and headhunters who live over there where Dewey licked Cervera, and”
“The Tagalogs could not face the fire with which the Americans met them.”
“There had been a battle between the American forces and the Tagalogs, and the natives had been driven back.”
“The stone church of Santa Maria, around which the engagement had been hottest, and far beyond which the native lines had now been driven, had been turned into a hospital for the wounded Tagalogs left by their comrades on the field.”
“American officers felt sure the Tagalogs had finally retreated.”
“Then there had come the report of a gun, and then an attack, with scores of shouting Tagalogs swarming down the sides of the ravine.”
“Perhaps a month of respite from attack had made the sentries careless; perhaps it was only that the Tagalogs had spent the time in gathering strength.”
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