Filipino

Filipino

Philippines (Filipinos: Mga Pilipino) are the people who come from or identify with the country of the Philippines. Philippino is the Hispanic (or English-speaking) way of referring to the people and language of the Philippines. This is probably due to the origin of the term Filipino. Some other articles discussing Filipino: Philippino (countable and uncountable, several Philippinos).

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Among the Philippine languages: Filipino (Filipino: Mga Pilipino) are the Philippine citizens or those who identify with the Philippines. Filipino children come from different ethnic linguistic groups. There are currently more than 175 ethnolinguist groups, each with its own unique linguistic, cultural and historical background. Filipino contemporary Filipino identities with their Austro-Hungarian origins were created in connection with Hispanic, Mandarin and US alliances.

For 333 years, the Philippines was a Spaniard settlement that laid the foundations for Filipino cultural history. The majority of the Filipino population under Hispanic domination adopted Roman Catholicism, but often rebelled against its hierarchical structure. Filipino derives its name from the word "las Islas Filipinas" ("the Filipino Islands"),[33] the name given to the Philipp II of Spain (Spanish: Felipe II) by the Dominicans and Hispanic researcher Ruy López de Villalobos in 1543.

Following the formal introduction of the 28-letter Filipino script in 1987, the Filipino concept was chosen over the Filipino. Some still use "pilipino" for the local population and " Filipino" for the local languages, but in foreign use "Filipino" is the common for both. Another endonym for the Filipino population: The Philippines:

"Adorable Patria" (Spanish for "Beloved Country"), as made popular by José Rizal through his poems "Mi Último adiós", "Bayang Pilipino" (Tagalog: "Filipino Nation") or the more poetical "Sambayanáng Pilipino" (a literal Tagalog word for "one / whole Filipino Nation"). Previously, the first remaining humans in the Philippines were considered petrified bone and cranial bone pieces found in the 1960' by Dr. Robert B. Fox, an ethnologist at the National Museum.

45 ] South Asia and Asia-Pacific together with the indigenous peoples of the Indo-Pacific and Malay Peninsula, trading with Filipinos and introducing Hinduism and Buddhism to the indigenous peoples of the Philippines. The majority of these individuals remained in the Philippines, where they were gradually accepted into society. From the seventh to the beginning of the fifteenth century, a number of flourishing trading centres developed, among them the Kingdom of Namayan, which blossomed along Manila Bay,[49][49][50][Cebu, Iloilo,[51]Butuan, the Kingdom of Sanfotsi in Pangasinan, the Kingdom of Luzon, which is now known as Pampanga and which specialises in trading with most of today's South-East Asia and with China, Japan and the Kingdom of Ryukyu in Okinawa.

aginoo - The Tagalogaginoo, the Kapampangan Guru and the Visaan-Tumano were the noble community among the different civilizations of the pre-colonial Philippines. The only part of the Philippines that the British had, however, was the Colonies capitol Manila and the most important navy harbour of Cavite, both on Manila Bay.

Therefore, no special provisions were formed for the Philippines. They were instead subject to the general rule that all other land not otherwise provided for would be given back to the Kingdom of Spain. The majority were accepted into the community. Spaniards' arrivals in the Philippines drew new ripples of Chinese migrants, and sea trading prospered during that time.

Spaniards hired tens of thousand of Chinese migrants, named angangles, to establish the island's rural population. A large number of Chinamen immigrated to Christianity, married the natives, adopted Hispanic denominations and traditions and were associated, although the sons of trade unionists between Filipinos and Chineses who were associated were still referred to in formal notes as being''mestizos de sangley''.

Between 1565 and 1815, a combined 110 Manila-Acapulco vessels sailed with Mexico during Philippine trading. The Filipinos came into touch with Europeans, Criollo, Mestizo and Portugese, as well as from France and Mexico, mostly from Latin America. In the Philippines, too, Japanese, Hindi and Kambodian Christians who escaped persecution and the slaughter of land established themselves in the Philippines in the seventeenth to nineteenth century.

Spain opened the Philippines to foreign commerce with the opening of the Suez Canal in 1867. A large number of these immigrants married their husbands to communities and helped assimilate with the people. Following the Spain's failure during the Spanish-American War of 1898, Philippine General Emilio Aguinaldo proclaimed the country's sovereignty on 12 June, while General Wesley Merritt became the first US General of the Philippines.

The Treaty of Paris on 10 December 1898 officially ended the conflict, with Spain handing over the Philippines and other settlements to the United States in return for 20 million dollars. 66 ] A number of Americans moved to the island, and since then there have been tens of thousand weddings between Americans and Filipinos.

Because of the Philippines' strategical position, up to 21 base and 100,000 soldiers have been deployed there since the first settlement of the Philippines by the United States in 1898. Pearl S. Buck International Foundation has estimated that there are 52,000 Americans in the Philippines. Many Filipino men were also involved with the US Navy and made a career there, often setting up with their family in the United States.

The Philippines has experienced both small and large immigrations into the Philippines since it became independent, mainly with the participation of US, EU, Chinese as well as Japan. The South Asians migrated to the Isles after the Second World War, most of whom adopted and evaded the early Spaniards' mediated societal stigmas by holding back and/or attempting to become mestizoes.

Recent migrants from Korea, Persia, Brazil and other Southeast Asians have enriched the country's ethnical scenery, languages and cultur. Hundreds of years of immigration, diasporas, assimilation as well as a wide variety of cultures made most Filipinos accept racial intermarriage and multi-culturalism. Filipino statehood is currently founded on the principles of just sanguini and therefore parentage from a resident of the Republic of the Philippines is the most important way to acquire domestication.

Childbirth of expatriate parent in the Philippines does not grant Filipino nationality, although Law 9139, the 2000 Act on Naturalisation by Administration, provides a way for the administration of certain foreigners native to the Philippines. Filipino people of diverse ethnical backgrounds are still called mestees. In general usage, however, mestizo is only used to relate to Filipinos blended with Spanish or other continental ancestors.

Filipino's who are blended with other ethnic groups abroad are called Filipinos according to the non-Philippine part. Persons living outside Manila, Cebu and the most important places in Spain were classed as such: Remontados' (Spanish for'in the mountains') and'tulisanes' (bandits) were tribal Austronesians and Negritos who declined to dwell in cities and walk on the hilltops that all were outside the order, since Catholicism was a motivating factor in the daily lives of the colonial masters of Spain and determined the colonial population.

Purely Spanish-born residents of the Philippines who were borne in Spanish-America were classed as'americanos'. Mestizo and Africans native to Spanish-America and resident in the Philippines maintained their juridical status as such and usually came to the "Americans" as contractually bound ministers. Filipino Mestizo and Africano kids from Spain's America were classed according to their patrilinean ancestry.

Generally, a boy who is a result of a small man and an Indian or Lady or Lady was classed as Lady of Song ley; all succeeding males were Lady of Song ley, whether they were marrying an Indian or a Lady of Song league. However, a native in this way obtained the juridical status of her man, i.e. she became an India when she marries an Indian, but stayed a Montiza de Singley when she marries a Montizo de Singley or a Sanglie.

Thus a manly offspring of a fatherly predecessor of Syngley never ceased to be a true Mustizo de Siangley, no matter how few percent of China's total he had in his arteries or how many generation had gone by since his first forefather.

A' mesh de sangley' who marries a blank ('Filipino','mestizo de español','peninsular' or'americano'), however, retained her state as' mesh de sangley'. An espanol marrying another Blank would retain her statute as Espanol, but her statute would never be changed by espanol marrying a espanol, Filipino or peninsula.

Conversely, the state of a mestizos (de gesangley or español) remained the same, regardless of whom he got marrie. Should a messetizo ( "de sangley" or "español") marry a Filipinah ("woman of purely Hispanic origin "), she would loose her Filipino statute and obtain the juridical state of her husbands and become a mantiza de esppañol or sometimes a sage.

Had a" Filipina" to marry an" Indio", her juridical position would be changed to" India", although she is of purely Hispanic origin. In the Philippines, the existing system of strata has its origin in the colonies of Spain with this system of casts. Among Filipinos, the most common Y-DNA groups are the maximum abundance of haplo group O1a-M119 found among the tribal people of Nias, the Mentawai Islands and Taiwan, and the high abundance of haplo group O2-M122 found in many East Asian, Southeast Asian and Polynesian population.

Especially the species of O2-M122, which is common in Filipinos, O-P164(xM134), is also common in other extronesian species. 79 ][80]The haplogroup O1a-M119 is also widespread among the Filipinos and is common with other austronesian-speaking groups, especially in Taiwan, West Indonesia and Madagascar. In the Philippines, the Y-DNA haplogroup1b is present.

In 2001, a 2001 Stanford University Asia-Pacific Research Center survey found that 3. 6% of the Filipino people had European Y-DNA. But only 28 specimens from the remote countryside of Palawan were generated for this trial, a sampling level far below the minimal sampling level required for reliable test results in a populations of over 100 million people.

82 ] After another University of California (San Francisco) genetics survey, they found that a "modest" amount of Europe ans of genetically modified origin was found in some of those who identify themselves as Filipinos. 83 ] According to a National Geographic mass genomic research, "The Genographic Project", which was carried out by National Geographic in 2008-2009 on 80,000 Filipinos, they found that the Filipinos' mean gene tics are approximately 53% Southeast Asia and Oceania, 36% East Asia, 5% Southern Europe, 3% Southern Asia and 2% Indians.

71 ] Moreover, the Stanford survey was carried out on an island part of the Philippines that was hardly affected by colonisation in Spain, if the survey had been carried out in the more heavily settled areas of the northern hemisphere, there would have been more origins of Europe, since the situation was the centre of Europe and the Americas during the colonisation time.

Morphological dentistry provides evidence of prehistorical migratory samples of the Philippines, with Sinodont dentistry samples being found in East Asia, Central Asia, North Asia and America. Samples of Sunduont are found on the continental and Southeast Asian seas and in Oceania. 86 ] The Filipinos show Sundadonty,[86][87] and are considered a more general tooth molology and have a longer lineage than their descendants, Sinodonty.

Please be aware that in areas labeled with diamond blacks, the one with the highest number of native speaking people is a group. In the Philippines, Austronic tongues have been used for millennia. There is no conclusive proof of an ordered north-south spread of the austrian tongues from Taiwan via the Philippines to Southeast Asia (ISEA), according to a survey by Mark Donohue of the Australian National University and Tim Denham of Monash University.

76 ] Many adopted Sanskrit words were adopted during the powerful Indian (Hindu-Buddhist) culture influential movement from the fifth millennium BC, together with its South East Asiatic allies. From the second half of the sixteenth and eighteenthcenturies onward, Spanish was the Spanish state' formal lingua franca for more than three hundred years, during which the island was ruled by Mexico City in the name of the Spanish Empire.

During the nineteenth and early twentieth century, the favorite among Ilustrados and literate Filipinos in general was Hispanic. However, significant arrangements have been made as to the degree to which the use of the property in Spain goes beyond this. The Philippines was less Hispanic than the Canary Islands and America, with only the governing classes working in civilian and legal management and cultural life adopting it.

Hispanic was the speech of only about ten per cent of the Filipino people when the reign of Spain ended in 1898. 88 ] As the lingua franca or Filipino Cretan, the most important Filipino tongues such as Chavacano, Cebuano, Tagalog, Kapampangan, Pangasinan, Bicolano, Hiligaynon and Ilocano assimilate many different words and phrases from Castilian Spanis.

The year 1863 a decreed in Spain established generalization and created a free state school in Spain, but it was never realized, not even before the rise of US annexations. Before and during the US imperial rule, the dominant language on the island was still Hispanic. After the US invasion of the Philippines and the introduction of English, the use of language in Spain began to decline, especially after the nineteen-forty.

Since 2010 [update] over 90% of the inhabitants are Christians, over 80% are committed to Roman Catholicism. The latter was adopted by the Spaniards in 1565, and during their 300-year colonisation of the Isles they succeeded in converting a large number of Filipinos, making the Philippines the biggest Asian Catholics.

Iglesia ni Cristo is currently the biggest tribal Christian congregation, followed by the United Christ in the Philippines. Iglesia Filipina Independiente (also known as the Aglipayan Church) was an early evolution and is a nationwide Christian denomination that emerged directly from the 1898 Philippine Revolution. The Islam in the Philippines is mainly focused on the southwest of Mindanao and the Sulu archipelago, which belong to the Philippines but are very near to the neighbouring Muslim lands of Malaysia and Indonesia.

Muslims call themselves Moros, a Catalan term referring to the Moors (although the two groups have little in common except Islam). From a historical point of view, the Filipinos had animist convictions inspired by Hinduism and Buddhism and carried by merchants from neighboring ASEAN states. More than 10 million Filipinos currently reside oversee.

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