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#174776 - 03/16/08 12:42 AM Re: OFFESKEITEN [Re: R. Eastcourt]
Originally Posted By: R. EastcourtMy dear, dead, neighbor used this word(adjective) to describe an ultra-conservative, boorish, gluttonous, self-centered, lazy, neighbor, of certain European descent.
Is this a real word or did Jack just spit out pidgion German sounds?
Phonetically it sounded: off'-ish-kiten......(add a country here)
Perhaps it was Yiddish?
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