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goy

goy

noun \ˈgi\
plural goy·im \ˈgi-əm\ also goys

Definition of GOY

sometimes disparaging
:  gentile 1
goy·ish \ˈgi-ish\ adjective, sometimes disparaging

Origin of GOY

Yiddish, from Hebrew gōy people, nation
First Known Use: 1841

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