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  • noun Plural form of Ilocano.

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Examples

  • Twenty five (25) are Ilocanos and the rest are Itawes (5%) who are affiliated to the natives of the locality.

    FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH THE PATCH CULTIVATION AND SWIDDEN FARMING PRACTICES

  • From the seven original Kalinga sub-tribes of the Gamonang tribe occupying the vast and rich 3,666 sq.km. land area, the community has expanded to 649 individuals, now mixed with Ilocanos and Ibanags through affiliations.

    FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH THE PATCH CULTIVATION AND SWIDDEN FARMING PRACTICES

  • Had he lived he would probably have created a tribal feud between Ilocanos and Tagálogs.

    The Philippine Islands

  • Ilocos their exemplary industry must undoubtedly have influenced the character of the Ilocanos.

    The Philippine Islands

  • The pugut, among the Ilocanos and Pampangos, is a nocturnal spirit, usually in the form of a gigantic Negro, terrifying, but not particularly harmful.

    Filipino Popular Tales

  • Many legends told to-day by the Ilocanos in connection with the Abra River, in northern Luzon, centre about the heroic Afigalo.

    Filipino Popular Tales

  • Hence, at Cavite (Aguinaldo's native province), he disarmed all the troops of that locality, and substituted Ilocanos of his own province, whilst he vented his ferocity in numerous executions of

    The Philippine Islands

  • The magic buyo, however, is unusual: it is very likely native Ilocano belief, or else a detail borrowed from the Ilocanos 'near neighbors, the Tinguian (see Cole, 18-19, Introduction, for betel-nuts with magic powers).

    Filipino Popular Tales

  • It appears that even a small infusion of Chinese blood may produce long-continued favorable results, if the case of the Ilocanos is correctly described.

    Applied Eugenics

  • This tribe, in Northern Luzon, furnishes perhaps the most industrious workers of any tribe in the islands; foremen and overseers of Filipinos are quite commonly found to be Ilocanos, while the members of the tribe are credited with accomplishing more steady work than any other element of the population.

    Applied Eugenics

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