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

[boy + Eastern Yiddish -chik, diminutive suffix (from Slavic).]


dialect (esp in Jewish usage) a term of endearment for a boy or young man


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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Only then did I find Mama's Post-it note left on our kitchen doorpost--May G_d help my boychik hit the yellow ball with all his heart today.
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Once when, at sixteen, I tried to explain why I had started hitting the road, hopping freights, hitch-hiking to Cape Cod, to Tennessee and North Carolina searching for something I couldn't name, he nodded, "Life is short, boychik.
Don't miss the chance to pinch his cheeks and tell him you remember when he was a little piano-playing boychik (Nov.
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You think they're gonna spend umpty million dollars making a movie, boychik, and then chase the het breeders away?
Which means in time our favorite boychik, Boris Would join, and bring the Russian Army Chorus.
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