Yid

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See also: yid and þið

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Etymology[edit]

From Yiddish ייִד (yid, Jew).

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Yid (plural Yidden or Yidn)

  1. (among Jews, informal) a Jew
    • 2016, Mark Ledbetter, Victims and the Postmodern Narrative or Doing Violence to the Body, p. 84:
      Erdman's response is confessional, 'I am a Yid... I am! My father was a Yid. Please believe me!' (p. 211).

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Yid (plural Yids)

  1. (derogatory) a Jew
    • 2014, Bob Cook, Disorderly Elements:
      “You're a fucking Jew, Grünbaum!” Frege yelled. “A miserable, fucking Yid.”
  2. (informal) a supporter or club member of Tottenham Hotspur F.C.

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