Zhydovka



Zhydovka ( Russian : жидовка , Ukrainian : жидівка , Polish : żydówka , Czech : židovka ) is a term used for a Jewish woman. The term is used to refer to women who are of Jewish heritage. [1] [2] In Russia , it is considered pejorative and the word is used as an “anti-Semitic pejorative” [3] by Russian-speaking people in the old Soviet Union [nb 1] . [4] In other Slavic languages, such as Polish, Ukrainian, [5] Czech, Slovak, Slovene and Croatian, the terms zhyd (Jewish man) and zhydovka (Jewish woman) are not pejorative. (In fact, the two Jewish resistance organizations in the Warsaw ghetto called themselves Żydowska Organizacja Bojowa and Żydowski Związek Wojskowy in Polish .) The word zhyd was banned illegal to use by the Soviet authorities in the 1930s, also in the languages ​​of the Soviet Union in which it had no negative connotations. [5] Read More…

Yid

The word Yid ( / j i d / ; Yiddish : ייִד ) clarification needed ] is a slang Jewish ethnonym of Yiddish origin. It can be controversial in modern English language . It is not usually regarded offensive When pronounced / j i d / (rhyming with deed ), the way Yiddish speakers say it, though the word Some May deem offensive nonetheless. When pronounced / j ɪd /(rhyming withdid) by non-Jews, it is commonly intended as apejorativeterm. It is used as a derogatoryepithetbyantisemitesalong with, and as an alternative to, the English word ‘Jew’. [1] Read More…

Kikeout Mountain

Kikeout Mountain is a summit in Morris County, New Jersey , in the United States . [1]

The name Kikeout was derived from kijkuit , a Dutch word meaning “lookout”. [2] Nevertheless, the summit has a degree of local controversy due to its similarity to the ethnic slur kike . [2] Read More…

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