The Ibaloi are an indigenous ethnic group found in the northern Philippines. Ibaloi is derived from I, a prefix signifying "pertaining to" and baloy or house meaning "people who live in houses". The variants are ibaloy, inibaloy, and nabaloi. The Ibaloi are one of the indigenous peoples collectively known as Igorot, who live in northern part of Luzon, particularly in the mountains of the Cordillera and neighboring provinces.
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Ibalois are friendly and hardworking people. They have a fair
complexion and are usually four to five feet tall. Farming is their
chief occupation and rice, their staple. For meat, they raise cows,
pigs, and chickens. The Ibaloi customs, traditions, and beliefs are
very similar to those of the Kankanaeys, but their languages are not.
Ibaloi people are originally from
The Ibaloi People Ibaloi language word list from the Austronesian Basic Vocabulary Database
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Igorot/Cordilleran Philippine Cordilleras
Balangao Bontoc Ibaloi Ifugao Isnag Itneg/Tingguian Kalanguya