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  2. Jews - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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    The English word Jew continues Middle English Gyw, Iewe. These terms derive from Old French giu, earlier juieu, which had elided (dropped) the letter "d" from the ...

  3. Jew | Define Jew at Dictionary.com

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    The adjectival use of Jew, as in the phrase Jew boy, is now perceived as insulting; the adjective Jewish should be used instead. The verb jew (down) is also perceived ...

  4. Judaism 101: Who Is a Jew?

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    A Jew is any person whose mother was a Jew or any person who has gone through the formal process of conversion to Judaism.

  5. Jew - Definition and More from the Free Merriam-Webster ...

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    Full Definition of JEW 1 a : a member of the tribe of Judah b : israelite 2 : a member of a nation existing in Palestine from the sixth century b.c. to the first ...

  6. Jew Watch - Official Site

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    Jew Watch vs. U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum Jew Watch Ranks Up to 10 Times Higher Than The U.S. Holocaust Museum. Why? Our Visitors Learn More.

  7. Jew -- Encyclopedia Britannica

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    Jew, Hebrew Yĕhūdhī, or Yehudi, any person whose religion is Judaism. In the broader sense of the term, a Jew is any person belonging to the worldwide group that ...

  8. Jew - definition of Jew by The Free Dictionary

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    Jew (j) n. 1. An adherent of Judaism as a religion or culture. 2. A member of the widely dispersed people originally descended from the ancient Hebrews and sharing an ...

  9. Jew (word) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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    The term Jew passed into the English language from the Greek Ioudaios and Latin Iudaeus, from which the Old French giu was derived after dropping the letter "d", and ...

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