A number of these men, such as Trajan, Hadrian and others, were in fact descended from Roman colonial families.
Hispaniensis means 'connected in some way to Hispania', as in "Exercitus Hispaniensis" ('the Spanish army') or "mercatores Hispanienses" ('Spanish merchants').
In Portugal, Hispanic refers to something related to ancient Hispania, Spain or the Spanish language and culture, Portugal.
Portugal and Spain do not have exactly the same definition for the term Hispanic, but they do share the etymology for the word (pt: hispânico, es: hispánico).
Along with English and Tagalog, Spanish used to be one of the official languages in the Philippines before being removed in 1973 by the Cory Aquino government.
The Latin gentile adjectives that belong to Hispania are Hispanus, Hispanicus, and Hispanienses.