In the fashion of or similar to a mexican, puerto rican or other hispanic. Coined by George W. Bush in an address to the U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce.
"A lot of times in the rhetoric, people forget the facts. And the facts are that thousands of small businesses -- Hispanically owned or otherwise -- pay taxes at the highest marginal rate."
by Deadmaker7 April 30, 2006
1. A term used to describe an action of which closely resembles that of stereotypical actions of a person of hispanic background. 2. Also can be used to denote your genre of your statement.
1. "Why does Mark drive his car so hispanically?" 2. "Putting small tires on your car is a great way to pick up chicks. Hispanically speaking"
by akripke February 24, 2008