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Kagan The word “Kagan” [Kāgan, prolonged “a”] emanated from the word “kaag” or “pagpasampay” and “pagpatigam” which means to warn or to alert. It was said that the Kagan were very particular about having constant exchange of communication about the situation of other villages described in Kagan term “pag-kaag”. The Kagans were commonly called as the Moros of Davao, the Maguindanaons call them “Dabawnon”, and the Tausogs moreover, refer to them as “Tawo-rabaw” or People of Davao. These terms used to address the Kagan could be very general since Davao is inhabited by numerous groups aside from the Kagan people. - Source: Wikipedia

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