iloko


iloko
ilo·ko

English syllables. 2014.

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  • iloko — ēˈlō(ˌ)kō noun (plural iloko or ilokos) Usage: usually capitalized Etymology: native name in the Philippines : ilocano …   Useful english dictionary

  • Iloko — ISO 639 3 Code : ilo ISO 639 2/B Code : ilo ISO 639 2/T Code : ilo ISO 639 1 Code : Scope : Individual Language Type : Living …   Names of Languages ISO 639-3

  • Ilokano literature — or Iloko literature pertains to the literary works of writers of Ilocano ancestry regardless of the language used be it Iloko, English, Spanish or other foreign and Philippine languages. The terms Iloko and Ilokano are different. Generally, Iloko …   Wikipedia

  • GUMIL Filipinas — ( Gunglo dagiti Mannurat nga Ilokano iti Filipinas ) or Ilokano Writers Association of the Philippines, is one of the most active group of regional writers in the Philippines. It has hundreds of active writer members in provincial and municipal… …   Wikipedia

  • Ilokano language — language name=Ilocano familycolor=Austronesian states=Philippines, Hawaii region=Northern Luzon speakers=7.7 million, 2.3 million 2nd language = 10 million total rank=70 fam2=Malayo Polynesian fam3=Borneo Philippines fam4=Northern Luzon… …   Wikipedia

  • Juan S.P. Hidalgo, Jr. — Juan S.P. Hidalgo, Jr. (born July 12, 1936), is an Ilokano fictionist (short story, novel), poet, editor, translator, and painter. He was former managing editor of Bannawag , a weekly Ilokano magazine. During his 37 year stint (1961 1998) as… …   Wikipedia

  • Roy V. Aragon — (born October 31, 1968) is a Filipino writer writing in Iloko and Filipino languages. He is an award winning fictionist and poet. Among his awards and prizes are a third and second prizes in the Don Carlos Palanca Memorial Awards for Literature s …   Wikipedia

  • Ilocano people — Infobox Ethnic group group = Ilocanos caption = Fabian Ver·population = 9,136,000 (10.1% of the Philippine population) regions =flagcountry|Philippines smaller|(Cagayan Valley, Cordillera, Ilocos, Metro Manila, Mindanao) flagcountry|United States …   Wikipedia

  • Bannawag — (Iloko word meaning dawn ) is the leading Iloko (also Ilokano and Iluko) weekly magazine published in the Philippines since 1937. It contains Iloko serialized novels, short stories, poetry, serialized comics, essays, news features, entertainment… …   Wikipedia

  • Ilokano writers — There are hundreds of published Ilokano writers (or Ilocano writers ) from the time Ilokano literature emerged through the efforts of Ilokano ilustrados in the 18th century to the present. The following list of Ilokano writers is not extensive… …   Wikipedia