noun, plural I·fu·gaos, (especially collectively) I·fu·gao.
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Historical Examples of ifugao
This is in accordance with the principle of Ifugao law: The family must at all hazards be preserved.
The fact stares us in the face in every phase of Ifugao law, especially in procedure.
They blame the Kiangan people, saying that the latter invited the Spaniards into Ifugao.
The Ifugao prefers to divide all sales into ten subpayments.
The following shows how the Ifugao visualizes a payment of this sort.