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yid

 (yĭd)
n. Offensive Slang
Used as a disparaging term for a Jew.

[Yiddish, from Middle High German jüde; see Yiddish.]

yid

(jɪd)
n
(Peoples) offensive slang a derogatory word for a Jew
[C20: probably from Yiddish, from Middle High German Jude Jew]

yid


(yid),
n.
usage: This term is a slur and should be avoided. It is used with disparaging intent and is perceived as highly insulting. However, the Yiddish word from which the English word derives is not derogatory.
n.
Slang: Extremely Disparaging and Offensive. (a contemptuous term used to refer to a Jew.)
[1885–90; < Yiddish yid Jew; compare Middle High German jude, jüde]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.yid - (ethnic slur) offensive term for a Jew
derogation, disparagement, depreciation - a communication that belittles somebody or something
ethnic slur - a slur on someone's race or language
jargon, lingo, patois, argot, vernacular, slang, cant - a characteristic language of a particular group (as among thieves); "they don't speak our lingo"
Jew, Hebrew, Israelite - a person belonging to the worldwide group claiming descent from Jacob (or converted to it) and connected by cultural or religious ties
Translations

Yid

[jɪd] N (offensive) → judío/a m/f

Yid

n (pej)Jud m (pej)
References in periodicals archive ?
Another thing I didn't know at first is just how remarkably international the Yid Army's team would be.
Sensible as the comparison might be, The Yid isn't just Tarantinoism applied to late-Stalinist Russia, though.
Netzer, for example, identifies the following, among many others, as fairly early adaptations: hotzi oto me-ha-kelim (drove him crazy), yatza be-zol (got off cheap), sichek be-esh (played with fire), shalaf me-ha-sharvul (pulled out of his sleeve), kefotz li (up yours), shavar millah (broke his word), dibber el ha-kir (talked to the wall; Yid.
According to the Mirror, around 40 minutes before the 4pm kick-off, 'we're Tottenham Hotspur, we'll sing what we want', resounded around the stadium, followed by 'Yid Army' and later 'Yids, Yids, Yids'.
Some Jews believe in a pintele Yid, a Jewish spark that gets trapped in a non-Jewish life.
The quotations below are from the sonnet "Der Yid Tzum Kristus"
He lists the following works: Commentaries on the Five Treatises of Maitreya, Pramanaviniscaya, Satyadvaya-vibhahga, Madhyamakalankara, Madhyamakaloka, Bodhicaryavatara, "and other texts", as well as the respective abridged summaries (bsdus pa), Tshad ma'i Yid kyi mun sel with commentary, Yid kyi mun sel without commentary, a long and a short summary of the Madhyamaka system (dBu ma bsdus pa che chung), and, unseen by 'Gos lotsava, a Phyi nang gi grub mtha' bsdus pa and a Shes bya gzhi lnga'i bshad pa.
The photographs for the calendar were taken free by Yid Whellans of YID photography, whose son Arran is also receiving treatment for cancer.
Yid think they'd learnt their lesson That violence does not pay, So that body piled on body Would not haunt us day by day.
My grandfather is half Yid, so that this piece of trash doesn't have ancestors with even the smallest percent of Jewish blood.
Another example was Little Yid, who won the Topham Trophy at Aintree in 1954.
The final text translated is Tsong-kha-pa's (1357-1419) Sde bdun la 'jug pa'i sgo don gner yid kyi mnun sel, which Wayman renders as Dispelling the Darkness of Mind by Aiming to Understand the Seven Books and which he refers to more briefly as the Guided Tour [through the seven books of Dharmakirti].