Yahoo Web Search

  1. Ilocano people - Wikipedia

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ilocano_people

    The Ilocanos (Ilocano: Tattao nga Iloko/Ilokano), Ilokanos, or Iloko people are the third largest Filipino ethnolinguistic group that mostly reside within the Ilocos Region in the northwestern seaboard of Luzon, Philippines

  2. Category:Ilocano people - Wikipedia

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Category:Ilocano_people

    Pages in category "Ilocano people" The following 101 pages are in this category, out of 101 total. This list may not reflect recent changes ().

  3. Ilocano language - Wikipedia

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ilocano_language

    Ilocano is an Austronesian language spoken in the Philippines. It is the third most-spoken native language in the country. As an Austronesian language, it is related to Malay, Tetum, Chamorro, Fijian, Maori, Hawaiian, Samoan, Tahitian, Paiwan and Malagasy. It is closely related to some of the other Austronesian languages of Northern Luzon, and has slight mutual intelligibility with the Balangao language and the eastern dialects of the Bontoc language. The Ilokano people had their own distinct in

  4. The Ilo­canos (Ilo­cano: Tattao nga Iloko/Ilokano), Ilokanos, or Iloko peo­ple are the third largest Fil­ipino eth­no­lin­guis­tic group that mostly re­side within the Ilo­cos Re­gion in the north­west­ern seaboard of Luzon, Philip­pines.

  5. Talk:Ilocano people - Wikipedia

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Talk:Ilocano_people

    The term Ilocano originated from the word looc, meaning cove or bay. So Ilocano means “people of the bay.”. The Ilocanos also refer to themselves as Samtoy, a contraction from the phrase sao mi ditoy (our language here). The Ilocanos are known to be frugal, resilient, industrious, patient, and resourceful people.

  6. Ilocandia - Wikipedia

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ilocandia

    Ilocandia is the term given to the traditional homeland of the Ilocano people. From the original western strip of Northern Luzon, Ilocandia has spread throughout the Cagayan Valley, Cordillera Administrative Region, and northern Central Luzon. Although there are also a large number of Ilocanos in other parts of the Philippines like, Palawan and Mindanao, these are not considered to be a part of Ilocandia, as they are not part of the traditional Ilocano homeland.

  7. Ilocano - Wikipedia

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ilocano

    Ilocano. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Jump to navigation Jump to search. Look up Ilocano in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Ilocano or Ilokano may refer to: Ilocano people. Ilocano language. Ilocano literature. Disambiguation page providing links to topics that could be referred to by the same search term.

  8. The Ilocanos (Ilocano: Tattao nga Iloko/Ilokano), Ilokanos, or Iloko people are the third largest Filipino ethnolinguistic group that mostly reside within the Ilocos Region in the northwestern seaboard of Luzon, Philippines.

  9. Ilocano people - WikiMili, The Free Encyclopedia

    wikimili.com/en/Ilocano_people

    Nov 23, 2019 · The Ilocanos (Ilocano : Tattao nga Iloko/Ilokano), Ilokanos, or Iloko people are the third largest Filipino ethnolinguistic group that mostly reside within the Ilocos Region in the northwestern seaboard of Luzon, Philippines.

  10. Igorot people - Wikipedia

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Igorot_people

    The Igorot are any of various ethnic groups in the mountains of northern Luzon, Philippines, all of whom keep, or have kept until recently, their traditional religion and way of life. Some live in the tropical forests of the foothills, but most live in rugged grassland and pine forest zones higher up. The Igorot numbered about 1.5 million in the early 21st century. Their languages belong to the northern Luzon subgroup of the Philippine languages, which belong to the Austronesian family.