Paki

[pak-ee, pah-kee]
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noun, plural Pak·is. Chiefly British Slang: Extremely Disparaging and Offensive.

a contemptuous term used to refer to a Pakistani, especially one who has emigrated to Britain.
a contemptuous term used to refer to any emigrant to Britain from the Indian subcontinent.

Origin of Paki

1960–65; by shortening, with i construed as -y2
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Paki

noun plural Pakis

a Pakistani or person of Pakistani descent
(loosely) a person from any part of the Indian subcontinent

adjective

Pakistani or of Pakistani descent
(loosely) denoting a person from the Indian subcontinent
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Word Origin and History for paki

Paki

n.

British slang for "immigrant from Pakistan," 1964, from first element of Pakistan.

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