Etymology
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Jewish (adj.)

1540s, from Jew + -ish. Old English had Iudeisc; early Middle English used Judewish, Judeish (late 12c.). Similar formation in Dutch joodsch, Old High German judeisk, German jüdisch, Danish jödisk. Figurative use in reference to extortionate money-lending attested by c. 1600.

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Definitions of Jewish

Jewish (adj.)
of or relating to Jews or their culture or religion;
Synonyms: Judaic
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