Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of Yid.

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Examples

  • Not quite the New York Kikes, but fans of Tottenham Hotspur, an English Soccer team, are known as the Yids or the “Yid Army,” as the team itself is also sometimes called.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » The Ethics of Naming Sports Teams After Ethnic Groups:

  • The 'Yids' v China, or if they are unvailable the Russians.

    Alex Jones' Prison Planet.com

  • The 'Yids' v China, or if they are unvailable the Russians.

    Alex Jones' Prison Planet.com

  • In a depressing lack of historical development, drunk Arsenal fans on the train on the way home shout about the 'Yids' winning a match.

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  • In a depressing lack of historical development, drunk Arsenal fans on the train on the way home shout about the 'Yids' winning a match.

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  • In a depressing lack of historical development, drunk Arsenal fans on the train on the way home shout about the 'Yids' winning a match.

    infinite thØught

  • Not all Tottenham fans are Jews and there are Newcastle fans who are "Yids" you know!

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  • Commanding the defenders was the Stalinist general Albert Makashov, an enthusiastic supporter of the 1991 coup known for his invective about the “Yids,” who now promised to make traitors “wash their faces in their own blood.”

    The Return

  • Commanding the defenders was the Stalinist general Albert Makashov, an enthusiastic supporter of the 1991 coup known for his invective about the “Yids,” who now promised to make traitors “wash their faces in their own blood.”

    The Return

  • Commanding the defenders was the Stalinist general Albert Makashov, an enthusiastic supporter of the 1991 coup known for his invective about the “Yids,” who now promised to make traitors “wash their faces in their own blood.”

    The Return

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