noun, plural Ig·o·rots, (especially collectively) Ig·o·rot.
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He told us with a chuckle that he had traded his dog to an Igorot for a cow.The Spell of the Hawaiian Islands and the Philippines
For example, next to a great Christian cathedral was the Igorot dog market.
Camp had been pitched in a grove of trees on the Igorot side of the divide.
But a third Igorot boy did follow, and he returned to Bontoc this morning.
Unlike the Igorot spears, the Ifugao weapons were tall with flared points.