noun, plural I·lo·ca·nos, (especially collectively) I·lo·ca·no.
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Origin of Ilocano
Words nearby Ilocano
Example sentences from the Web for Ilocano
When they arrived they made one child of an Ilocano sick so that there would be a reason for giving them bolos to eat.Kankanay Ceremonies|C. R. Moss
It now seems probable that within one or two generations the Tinguian will again merge with the Ilocano.
He is a bright young Ilocano of good character, who had become a “general” in the Insurgent army at twenty-one years of age.The Philippines: Past and Present (Volume 1 of 2)|Dean Conant Worcester
The principal language is Pangasinan; Ilocano is also spoken.
Comparing these four groups with the Igorot, we find that the latter averages slightly taller than all but the Ilocano.