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or boy·chick  (boi′chĭk)
n. Slang
A boy or young man.

[boy + Eastern Yiddish -chik, diminutive suffix (from Slavic).]
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dialect (esp in Jewish usage) a term of endearment for a boy or young man
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or boy•chick

(ˈbɔɪ tʃɪk)

n. Slang.
a boy or young man.
[1960–65; boy + Yiddish -chik diminutive suffix of Slavic orig.]
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"Boychick," the rabbi said wearily, "you don't know what's a farce?
But things get messy when her ambitious boychick starts hanging out with a young male hustler, Alex, and--perish the thought!--begins toying with the notion of coming out on his own, or at least allowing his new friend to be seen with him in public.
THIS week's dry slap goes to wimpish boychick Justin Trousersnake for his smartassed comments that it's cool to take drugs, blasting away his previously squeaky-clean image.
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Maroc must carry top weight, but the four-year-old is in fine form and has only gone up 1lb after having finished a neck second to Boychick over this course an distance a fortnight ago.
Ed Walker's BOYCHICK (7.45) can make a winning comeback in the 1m 4f handicap more than five months on from this last race.
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