Ifugao

[ee-foo-gou]
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noun, plural I·fu·gaos, (especially collectively) I·fu·gao.

a member of an agricultural people who inhabit Luzon, in the Philippines.

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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.

    Ifugao Law

    R. F. Burton

  • The fact stares us in the face in every phase of Ifugao law, especially in procedure.

    Ifugao Law

    R. F. Burton

  • They blame the Kiangan people, saying that the latter invited the Spaniards into Ifugao.

    Ifugao Law

    R. F. Burton

  • The Ifugao prefers to divide all sales into ten subpayments.

    Ifugao Law

    R. F. Burton

  • The following shows how the Ifugao visualizes a payment of this sort.

    Ifugao Law

    R. F. Burton