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  • adj. Alternative form of Filipino.
  • n. Alternative form of Filipino.
  • proper n. Alternative form of Filipino.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • sounds like the beginning of one of those jokes that starts with..."a philipino, a Korean and a blonde were having coffee, and the Philipino says..."

    Tales from Texas Street #2

  • Indons, Malays and Philipino Islamacists almost certainly have differing terms.

    Cheeseburger Gothic » Research quickie.

  • 'The days running up to our return to the film-making business were spent looking for other locations for the restaurant: there was the defunct Philipino market in Atwater -- essentially the inside of a concrete cube with a 20 foot ceiling.

    Bill DiDonna and Charles Kelly: Where To Start?

  • The days running up to our return to the film-making business were spent looking for other locations for the restaurant: there was the defunct Philipino market in Atwater -- essentially the inside of ...

    Bill DiDonna and Charles Kelly: Where To Start?

  • The days running up to our return to the film-making business were spent looking for other locations for the restaurant: there was the defunct Philipino market in Atwater -- essentially the inside of a concrete cube with a 20 foot ceiling.

    Bill DiDonna and Charles Kelly: Where To Start?

  • Most domestic workers are ` members of morbidly disfavored groups::: Latino, Philipino, etc.

    Your Right Hand Thief

  • While I feel some compasion for their plight, they have it soft in comparisons to Philipino legal migrant workers leaving their families behind to work in other nations. onleamirage

    Would you move 1000 miles for your job?

  • Ive got the cutest little Philipino darlin 'ever here with me tonight ... dynamite ...

    Tanked Up

  • "A less glossy but substantially more interesting treatment of teenage sexuality amid lush vegetation [than Hounddog's] can be found in Tuli, Philipino director Aureus Solito's follow-up to The Blossoming of Maximo Oliveros," writes Ben Walters for Time Out.

    GreenCine Daily: Park City. Cleanup.

  • Make a Hawaiian/Tahitian/Philipino/Ghanaian meal, buy a coconut or a papaya.

    Surviving the winter blahs « Musings from an overworked translator

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