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ganef or gonif or goniff or ganif
noun: A thief, swindler, or rascal.
From Yiddish, from Hebrew gannabh (thief). Earliest documented use: 1920.
"Seniors, particularly women, are the largest and most frequent target of financial scamsters, and this ganef takes the cupcake."
Malcolm Berko; Life Insurance, Farmland, and Facebook; Creators Syndicate (Los Angeles); Nov 6, 2013.
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