Definition of Pinoy in English:

Pinoy

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Pronunciation: /ˈpɪnɔɪ
 
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adjective

Relating to the Philippines or the Filipinos: a Pinoy dish his Pinoy friends
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  • Do I look Pinoy?
  • For the kids a Pinoy party is the perfect opportunity to show their cousins and friends how much improved their otso-otso and spaghetti song dance moves have become.
  • That's Pinoy optimism!

noun (plural same or Pinoys)

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A person of Filipino origin or descent; a Filipino: the team was met by local officials and fellow Pinoys wanting to lend their support
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  • No matter how much they deny their Filipinoness, they're still Pinoys in the eyes of the Americans.
  • Some of these Pinoys "were American citizens then, after they served in the U.S. Navy".
  • Hundreds flocked to witness the boisterous parade of Pinoys dressed in native attire and sports uniforms and sampled the delicious and well-loved Filipino food and delicacies.

Origin

Tagalog.

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