There is not much sugar made in the area, and a large part of the product is purchased by the Ilokano.
Many breechcloths are now bought ready made from the Ilokano.
The rich valleys of Zambales have long attracted Ilokano immigrants, who have founded several important towns.
The Sapao bolo is, in appearance, superior to that of Ilokano manufacture.
As will be seen, the Ilokano have been the most aggressive immigrants.
However, the medio peso is known as “thalepi,” from the Ilokano “salepi.”
No sooner were we in the house than addresses began, one of these being in Ilokano.
The Filipino cab driver spoke to them in Ilokano, the Christian dialect of the province.
Santos looked startled, but he cranked the phone several times, talked in Ilokano, and finally handed the phone to Rick.
In Ilokano and Pampanga this trap is called “balantic,” accented, like the Sakai term, on the last syllable.
from Philippine Spanish Ilocos, literally "river men," from Tagalog ilog "river."