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Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
Paki

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

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paki

n. (alternative case form of Paki English)

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Pākī

Abner Kuhooheiheipahu Pākī (c. 1808–1855) was a Hawaiian high chief during the reign of King Kamehameha III, the father of Bernice Pauahi Bishop, founder of Kamehameha Schools.

Paki (slur)

"Paki" is a racial slur directed towards Pakistanis, and others of South Asian origin, including Indians, Bangladeshis and Sri Lankans. The slur is used chiefly in the United Kingdom.

Usage examples of "paki".

Bud ended up regretting having asked, because the answer turned out to be a great deal of general hoo-ha about these Parsis, who evidently wanted to make very sure no one mistook them for dotheads or Pakis or Arabs- not that they had any problem with those very fine ethnic groups, mind you.

The Paki girl had taken her chance and disappeared, torn dress clutched around her nakedness.

She came once in a while for dinner, and Richie always specified that Aissha was to prepare an English dinner that night, lamb or roast beef, none of your spicy Paki curries tonight, if you please.

Ghaffar, a middle-aged Paki, was a studious-looking sort wearing one of those white cloth doodads wound around his head, who had evidently been reading one of two well-thumbed leather-bound books.

Now the Asians, or Pakis as we called them all in them days, were like us.

Crew was the usual polyglot bunch, in this case chiefly Pakis and Koreans.

She mulled over the probables as she ducked into side aisles before coming out again onto the Main Concourse, far enough away from the Pakis to be screened by other groups.

Bud ended up regretting having asked, because the answer turned out to be a great deal of general hoo-ha about these Parsis, who evidently wanted to make very sure no one mistook them for dotheads or Pakis or Arabs not that they had any problem with those very fine ethnic groups, mind you.