How could I forget his dictate to always be proud to be a Jew, even in circumstances when it might not seem to ones advantage?
They brought my father into the village and lined him up against a wall to extract information about where the Jew was hiding.
Insist that there is no single way to be a Jew, and that no Jew can claim hegemony over that which is holy to us all.
Does Braun genuinely identify as a Jew, or was he forced into a virtual yarmulke and then despised for it?
And what is the affront that qualifies Treviño as "every Jew's nightmare"?
The Jew was retained and in a wretched inn her things were unpacked.
The Jew might not uncover the body in the face of the temple.
The Jew, who still lives in Seward, has not bothered Olson since.
I meant to bring her up a strict Jewess, and to wed her to some Jew.
For, as Hawkins had observed, the Jew was not content to be a mere trader and hunter, like so many adventurers of the back woods.
late 12c. (in plural, giwis), from Anglo-French iuw, Old French giu, from Latin Iudaeum (nominative Iudaeus), from Greek Ioudaios, from Aramaic jehudhai (Hebrew y'hudi) "Jew," from Y'hudah "Judah," literally "celebrated," name of Jacob's fourth son and of the tribe descended from him. Replaced Old English Iudeas "the Jews." Originally, "Hebrew of the kingdom of Judah."
Jews' harp "simple mouth harp" is from 1580s, earlier Jews' trump (1540s); the connection with Jewishness is obscure. Jew-baiting first recorded 1853, in reference to German Judenhetze. In uneducated times, inexplicable ancient artifacts were credited to Jews, based on the biblical chronology of history: e.g. Jews' money (1570s) "Roman coins found in England." In Greece, after Christianity had erased the memory of classical glory, ruins of pagan temples were called "Jews' castles," and in Cornwall, Jews' houses was the name for the remains of ancient tin-smelting works.
"to cheat, to drive a hard bargain," 1824, from Jew (n.) (cf. gyp, welsh, etc.). The campaign to eliminate it in early 20c. was so successful that people began to avoid the noun and adjective, too, and started using Hebrew instead.
Now I'll say 'a Jew' and just the word Jew sounds like a dirty word and people don't know whether to laugh or not. [Lenny Bruce (1925-1966)]