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Yid   Listen
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Yid  n.  A Jew; now (1998) usually considered offensive or contemptuous. (Slang or Colloq.) "Almost any young Yid who goes out from among her people."






Collaborative International Dictionary of English 0.48








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"Yid" Quotes from Famous Books



... eleventy times a day, and they'll marry the shipping-clerk first time he sneaks out from behind a box. But you got sense, and somehow—gee! I never know how to express things—glad I'm taking this English composition stuff—oh, you just seem to understand a guy. I never liked that Yid Weintraub till you made me see how darn clever and nice he really is, even if he does ...
— The Job - An American Novel • Sinclair Lewis



Words linked to "Yid" :   argot, disparagement, patois, derogation, hymie, jargon, vernacular, cant, kike, lingo, Israelite, Hebrew, slang, sheeny, Jew, ethnic slur, depreciation



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