noun, plural I·lo·ka·nos, (especially collectively) I·lo·ka·no.
noun, plural I·lo·ca·nos, (especially collectively) I·lo·ca·no.
Origin of Ilocano
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Historical Examples of ilokano
As will be seen, the Ilokano have been the most aggressive immigrants.Negritos of Zambales
William Allan Reed
Many breechcloths are now bought ready made from the Ilokano.
However, the medio peso is known as “thalepi,” from the Ilokano “salepi.”
The Sapao bolo is, in appearance, superior to that of Ilokano manufacture.
No sooner were we in the house than addresses began, one of these being in Ilokano.The Head Hunters of Northern Luzon From Ifugao to Kalinga
Cornelis De Witt Willcox
from Philippine Spanish Ilocos, literally "river men," from Tagalog ilog "river."