[ US /ˌfɪɫəˈpinoʊ/ ]
  1. a native or inhabitant of the Philippines
  2. official language of the Philippines; based on Tagalog; draws its lexicon from other Philippine languages
  1. of or relating to or characteristic of the Philippines or its people or customs
    our Filipino cook
    the Philippine President
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  • Together the chorale perform a wide repertoire of classical music from Bach, Handel and Vivaldi as well as traditional spiritual and Filipino pieces, several a cappella works and well known songs of praise.
  • ICE hasn't listed any native Filipino on its "gangbanger" watchlist or detention cells in the past few years, although insignificant remnants of Pinoy street gangs like Akrho and Bahala Na Gang sporadically surface in known Filipino communities here and in Carson, Glendale, Eagle Rock, San Fernando Valley, Rowland Heights, West Covina and Hawthorne. Undefined
  • With more than 3,600 Filipinos riding out the typhoon in sturdy school buildings, town halls, churches and relatives 'homes, roads in and out of coastal Isabela province were deserted and blocked by collapsed trees and power lines. Super Typhoon Strikes The Philippines
  • Many Filipinos see the bases as an extension of American colonial rule.
  • Dennis M. Sabangan/European Pressphoto Agency Filipino children offered candles for flood victims on Tuesday during a mass burial in a village that was devastated by rampaging flood waters in Iligan City, southern Mindanao, the Philippines. Asia in Pictures
  • Sailors from all around the Indian Ocean went by the name 'lascar'East Africans, South Asians, Filipinos, Chinese, Malays. Amitav Ghosh discusses Sea of Poppies
  • Grand Rounds is up this week at Parallel Universes, a blog by Dr Emer, a Filipino physician "trying to balance his time between medicine and blogging". Grand Rounds 4:36
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  • This report is incredibly biased. The field judge who disqualified Yang is a Filipino judge of Korean decent.
  • There are many Filipinos abroad who choose to remain Filipinos despite the enticements of a foreign land.
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