noun, plural Ta·ga·logs, (especially collectively) Ta·ga·log for 1.
Examples from the Web for tagalog
Too many of the literary works I come across these days are in Tagalog.
This Pampango variant, although it is a little more specific than the Tagalog, is identical with our second version.
Tandang: A title of respect for an old man: from the Tagalog term for “old.”The Reign of Greed|Jose Rizal
They speak corrupt Tagalog, though careful study may reveal traces of an original tongue.Negritos of Zambales|William Allan Reed
Emilio Aguinaldo was born in 1870, of Chinese and Tagalog parentage.Poems of American History|Various
In the same journal (29 : 226 f.) I have given synopses of two Tagalog metrical romances which open with the Cinderella setting.