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Correct spelling: jewish

Definition of jewish:

  1. Pertaining to the Jews or their rites or customs.

Common misspellings for jewish:

jacchus, jaksheesh, jaggage, juish, jauga.


Google Ngram Viewer results for jewish:

This graph shows how "jewish" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

Examples of usage for jewish:

  1. Perhaps he had prevision enough to realize that it was he, Peter Neale, who would eventually ascribe to Jack Dempsey the motto, " Say it with cauliflowers" and write after a Crimson disaster on the Thames, " Harvard's most perplexing race problems appear to be crewish and Jewish –  by
  2. He was of Jewish origin, and he had not long returned from South Africa, where Heaven knows what his occupation was. –  by
  3. The history of the origin and growth of the Messianic ideal as traced by the most modern Jewish critics claims it to have been a slow evolution in the minds of the prophets. –  by

Quotes for jewish:

  1. Every now and then you get a nice Jewish kid who likes black people and they would come in, and it would be a stream of them, and have black friends and really feel the black struggle on the acting tip and it's a reason why all of us are not dying in the movie.
  2. I came to a happy Jewish family in dark days in Europe.
  3. Before, we may have taken part in it without even thinking it was American Jewish, but in this case, I think, you have now perhaps pointed us in a direction of a new interest in this repertoire.
  4. A lot of black people believe that Jews in this country have become white. They behave like white people rather than Jewish people.
  5. My parents came to the United States in the early years of this century as part of a wave of Russian Jewish immigrants seeking freedom and opportunity in the New World.

Rhymes for jewish:

  1. newish;