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Back-formation from Yiddish. IPA(key): /ˈjɪd/ yid (plural yids) (offensive slang, ethnic slur, religious slur) A Jew Jewish ethnonym (on Wikipedia) DIY
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Ἕλλην (category grc:Ethnonyms)
fact home-bred. one who participates in Greek culture. often used in Jewish and Christian literature as referring to any non-Jew: gentile pagan
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Nazarene (plural Nazarenes) A person from Nazareth. A member of the Jewish sect of the Nazarenes. He was formerly with the sect of the Pharisees, but
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