adj. Of mixed ancestry, specifically Caucasian, black, American Indian, and Asian. [From CAucasian, BLack, American INdian, and ASIAN]

Example Citations:
Tiger Woods, described as the “first black in a green jacket” after he won the United States Masters golf tournament, yesterday ignited a complex debate over multi-racial definitions by stating that he is “Cablinasian”.
—Alex Duval Smith, “‘Cablinasian’ Tiger Woods sparks multi-racial debate,” The Guardian, April 24, 1997

On the right, there‘s been much anxiety over what a Skinny Black Guy administration will look like. Will he paint the White House a warm, Cablinasian caramel, lop off the East Wing for a more svelte profile? —Colson Whitehead, “One Skinny Black Guy to another,” The International Herald Tribune, November 7, 2008

Earliest Citation:
When Tiger Woods was asked in school to check one box that best described his background, he couldn’t settle on one. Perhaps that‘s because there wasn‘t a box for “Cablinasian.”

That’s the word that best describes his background, a blend of Caucasian, black, Indian and Asian, the 21-year-old golf star said on “The Oprah Winfrey Show.”

Woods, described as the first black Masters champion, said it bothers him when people call him an African-American.

“It does,” he said Monday during the taping in Chicago. “Growing up, I came up with this name: I’m a ‘Cablinasian.’”
—“Woods describes himself as ‘Cablinasian’,” Associated Press International, April 22, 1997