blacky

or black·ie

[blak-ee]
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noun, plural black·ies. Disparaging and Offensive.

a contemptuous term used to refer to a black person.

Nearby words

  1. blackwell, elizabeth,
  2. blackwell, henry brown,
  3. blackwells island,
  4. blackwood,
  5. blackwork,
  6. blad,
  7. bladder,
  8. bladder campion,
  9. bladder fern,
  10. bladder kelp

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blackie

n.

also blacky, "a black person," 1815, from black (adj.) + -y (3).

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