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Negrophile

[ nee-gruh-fahyl, -fil ]
/ ˈni grəˌfaɪl, -fɪl /
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noun Older Use: Often Offensive.
(sometimes lowercase) a white or other non-Black person who is especially sympathetic to or supportive of Black people.
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Also Ne·gro·phil [nee-gruh-fil]. /ˈni grə fɪl/.

Origin of Negrophile

First recorded in 1795–1805; Negro + -phile

usage note for Negrophile

See Black1.

OTHER WORDS FROM Negrophile

Ne·groph·i·lism [ni-grof-uh-liz-uhm], /nɪˈgrɒf əˌlɪz əm/, nounNe·groph·i·list, noun
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How to use Negrophile in a sentence

  • Associated words: negrophile, negrophilist, negrophilism, negrophobia.

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