8 definitions by Jimmy Hapa

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1.A Chinese surname.
2. Sometimes ignorantly used to describe someone who is or looks Asian.
"Hi, my name is Kevin Ching."
"That Ching over there really gets on my nerves."
by Jimmy Hapa June 07, 2004
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A word used by locals in Hawaii. Means "butt."
"Jeffrey when show off his okole to da Japanese tourists when we was at da beach."
by Jimmy Hapa June 06, 2004
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Word used as a sort of ethnic slur in Hawaii to describe a Chinese person. Pronounced paw-kay. May also be used to describe a person who is stingy with his or her money.
"Eh, look at those pakes over dere playing majiang."

"Ho, Jeffrey, quit being one pake wit yo' cash brah!"
by Jimmy Hapa July 27, 2005
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How the addictive tile game mahjong is spelled in pinyin and pronounced in Mandarin Chinese.
"Want to stay over at my place and play majiang all night?"
by Jimmy Hapa May 03, 2005
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Word used in Hawaii that refers to one's childhood. Derived from the Japanese word "hana", meaning 'nose', and the English word "butter", which in spoken in Hawaiian pidgin can sound like 'bata.' So Hanabata Days are the "nose butter" days, or the days when we had runny noses. Can also spelled Hanabuddah Days.
I known him for one long time, ever since Hanabata Days.
by Jimmy Hapa August 15, 2005
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Word used in Hawaii that refers to one's childhood. Derived from the Japanese word "hana", meaning 'nose', and the English word "butter", which in spoken in Hawaiian pidgin can sound like 'buddah.' So Hanabata Days are the "nose butter" days, or the days when we had runny noses. Can also spelled Hanabata Days.
I known him for one long time, ever since Hanabuddah Days.
by Jimmy Hapa August 15, 2005
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Term locals in Hawaii use to greet each other. The equivalent of the haole greeting "how are you?"
"Howzit, bra."
by Jimmy Hapa June 07, 2004
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