noun, plural Ig·o·rots, (especially collectively) Ig·o·rot.
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Igorot women were made the mistresses of both officers and soldiers.
They persecuted the Igorot even worse than had the insurrectos.
Others of Igorot and Kalinga origin sometimes appear, but are seldom imitated by the local basket-makers.The Tinguian|Fay-Cooper Cole
The life of the Igorot is somber-hued indeed as compared with that of his more advanced neighbor, the Ilokano.
Now and then they could see an Igorot village far below, but this was mostly uninhabited country.The Golden Skull|John Blaine