noun, plural I·lo·ka·nos, (especially collectively) I·lo·ka·no.
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Words nearby Ilokano
Example sentences from the Web for Ilokano
The life of the Igorot is somber-hued indeed as compared with that of his more advanced neighbor, the Ilokano.
The bolo within the Bontoc area comes from Sapao and from the Ilokano people of the west coast.
Many breechcloths are now bought ready made from the Ilokano.
Santos looked startled, but he cranked the phone several times, talked in Ilokano, and finally handed the phone to Rick.The Golden Skull|John Blaine
The Igorot in these pueblos are undergoing transformation, and quite generally wear clothing similar to that of the Ilokano.