noun, plural I·lo·ca·nos, (especially collectively) I·lo·ca·no.
Origin of Ilocano
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Historical Examples of ilocano
For this reason, Ilocano servants and workmen are sought for in preference to most others.The Philippine Islands
The principal language is Pangasinan; Ilocano is also spoken.
The principal language is Pangasinn; Ilocano is also spoken.
The principal language is Ilocano; Pangasinan, too, is spoken.
Then Liblibian and Pintun left together and went to the land of the Ilocano.Kankanay Ceremonies
C. R. Moss
from Philippine Spanish Ilocos, literally "river men," from Tagalog ilog "river."