Timawa?

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The Timawa were a society class in the Visayan society in the Philippines. The three society classes were the slaves and serfs class followed by the warrior or freemen class who were the Timawa followed by the royal nobility class. The class was originally viewed as privileged but has now come to mean impoverished in modern culture. They were also descendants and illegitimate children of the nobility class. They helped provide military service for that class.
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