noun, plural Bon·toks, (especially collectively) Bon·tok.
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From Banawe we rode to Bontok, thirty-five miles, in one day, May 7th.
The following story about Ihîk is especially interesting because of its resemblance to one of the Bontok myths previously given.
The day closed with a baile, given by the Ilokanos living in Bontok.
The Bontok religion is, on the whole, somewhat less developed than that of the Igorots and Ifugaos.
But we did not tarry long, for Bontok was still some miles away.