What Is A "Goy"? Is It A Derogatory Term?

Goy is defined as the standard Hebrew biblical term for a "nation" or "people."

Goy is a Hebrew and Yiddish term for a non-Jewish person, which over the years has become synonymous with the word "gentile" or "goyem." Despite persistent rumors that it is derogatory, goy is a neutral term.

Not A Goy, But Put Up A Chrismukkah / Hanukkah Bush


Turns out, your not alone. If you're not familiar with the term "Chrismukkah" or "Hanukkah Bush", then you need to understand that it's a pop-culture term referring to the merging of the holidays of Christmas and Hanukkah. The term Chrismukkah was popularized in the early 2000's by the TV drama The O.C. wherein a character creates the holiday to signify his mixed relegious upbringing with a Jewish father and Protestant mother. Chrismukkah is also celebrated as an ironic, alternative holiday, much like Seinfeld's "Festivus", and has been described as "the newest faux holiday that companies are using to make a buck".


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