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    I told you...I'm mostly Filipino. If I had other admixtures, it would be too small so it's negligible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alfieb View Post
    Pft. You don't count. You don't even know your racial background.



    I'm an activist, not a mathematician.
    Or maybe 70% at most. You're the only non-mathematician in Princeton

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    I'll have you know we have an excellent theatre group.

    I have nothing at all to do with them, but still.

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    Of those posted, I am only familiar with Pilita Corrales, her daughter Jackie Lou Blanco, Isabel Preysler and the Zobel de Ayalas, Jaime in particular. Not that I know any of them personally, but I have seen them before or know something about them. I've heard Pilita Corrales songs. The old actresses were beautiful too. Based on what I have read, the late Spanish singer Rocío Durcal's husband is also Filipino and is related to the Araneta lady there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alfieb View Post
    go figure. So many Indios have Spanish surnames, but half of these Spanish Filipinos have non-Spanish surnames.
    Because they resisted colonization, Amerindian didn't resist that much(sadly).

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    We have a lot of Native Filipino surnames too...

    Here is an example:

    Banico
    Banigo-os
    Baniqued
    Banlaygas
    Banta
    Bantay
    Bantigui (Bantegui)
    Bantilan
    Banting (Banteng)
    Bantoc
    Bantog (Bantug)
    Banua
    Banzali

    Cabeguin
    Cabigao
    Cabigas
    Cabigting
    Cabilan (Cabillan)
    Cabili

    Daoang
    Daog
    Daomilas
    Daos
    Daranciang

    To see the full list: http://www.bibingka.com/names/

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    Taino indigenous last names in colonial times(from my Taino-Spanish dictionary):

    Juanito Abey
    Alonso Aboy
    Catalina Acuita
    Ines Aguajey
    Ana ahoye
    Vasco Amayao
    Cristobal Aramana
    Leonor Ayay
    Diego Bobuyo
    Ana Bagaya
    Gasparico Bayahibe
    Ana Caneca
    Isabel Ciguana
    Juan Cuyaoya
    Francisco Duey
    Elvirica Guaboca
    Alonso Guacabo
    Mateo Guagua
    Bartolome Guapaguax
    Juanillo Guayacan
    Pedro hacona
    Leonor Hayanao
    Juan Humacao

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    ^They could be Filipino surnames too!

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    Yeah, I can't tell the difference. I don't know if that's just my ignorance, or because they're that similar.

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    well, both taino and filipino are Asian, so they could have a linguistical relation.
    They are Asian racially an by blood, not that taino also lives in Asia(they once lived there before crossing over)

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