noun, plural Ma·gin·da·na·os, (especially collectively) Ma·gin·da·na·o.
Examples from the Web for magindanao
The third part is written in the Magindanao dialect and comprises the twelfth and thirteenth pages only.
The dialect spoken in Saraya differs a little from that of Magindanao, but in the main they are one and the same dialect.
That part of it written in the Magindanao dialect shows a slight admixture of the Iranun dialect.
Sharif Kabungsuwan came to Magindanao to the mouth of the Tinundan.
The people of Magindanao who aided Kabungsuwan in his wars secured from him certain privileges and favors over their neighbors.