noun & adjective variant of Filipino.

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  • pilipino — ● pilipino nom masculin Synonyme de tagalog. ● pilipino (synonymes) nom masculin Synonymes : tagalog …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • pilipino — pilipino, na. (Del tagalo pilipino, filipino). adj. Filip. Tagalo, frente a otros grupos étnicos de Filipinas. U. t. c. s …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • Pilipino — 1936, from Tagalog form of obsolete Sp. Pilipino (see FILIPINO (Cf. Filipino)) …   Etymology dictionary

  • pilipino — pilipino, na (Del tagalo pilipino, filipino). adj. Filip. Tagalo, frente a otros grupos étnicos de Filipinas. U. t. c. s.) …   Diccionario de la lengua española

  • pilipino — pilipȋno m DEFINICIJA lingv. australonezijski jezik, službeni jezik Filipina; tagalog, tagaloški …   Hrvatski jezični portal

  • Pilipino — [pil΄i pē′nō] n. [Tagalog, altered < obs. Sp Philippino,FILIPINO] an official language of the Philippines, based on the variety of Tagalog spoken in the area in and around Manila …   English World dictionary

  • Pilipino — Filipino Filipino Parlée aux Philippines, États Unis, Royaume Uni, Canada, Moyen Orient, Japon, Hong Kong, Australie, et toutes les communautés philippines dans le monde Région Asie Nombre de locuteurs 17 millions (langue maternelle), plus de 80… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Pilipino — Filipino Gesprochen in Philippinen; offizielle Landessprache Linguistische Klassifikation Austronesisch Malayo polynesisch West Malayo Polynesisch Zentralphilippinisch Filipino Offizieller Status …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Pilipino — noun Etymology: Tagalog, literally, Philippine, from Spanish Filipino Date: 1936 Filipino 3 …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Pilipino — /pil euh pee noh/, n. a language essentially the same as Tagalog that has been adopted as the official national language of the Philippines. Also called Filipino. * * * …   Universalium

  • Pilipino — noun The former name of the language of the Philippines, now officially Filipino. Filipino is virtually the same language as Tagalog …   Wiktionary

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