Damn, I was just getting linolium and aluminum then you had to go and do this!
So I guess today wasn’t a loss after all, I expanded my vocabulary by two. 😉
Used as a disparaging term for one who is not a Jew.
refers to objects such as amulets and talismans or other symbols intended to “ward off evil” or “avert or combat evil.”
The word, Goyim, can be used disparing to refer to a non-Jew. However, it can be used descriptively as well. Having some personal and professional ties with some in the Jewish community; the consensus is on the tone used in the conversation featuring the word.
Goyim is plural. Goy is singular.
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