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- noun Plural form of
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In 1984, while seeking the presidential nomination Rev. Jackson referred to Jews as "hymies" and the City of New York as "hymietown".
Jesse Jackson lost some voters forever when he called Jews "hymies."
I used to see a lot of denim on the hymies of the pampered crowd that spent time in Ann Arbor being expensively educated on their family's dime.
Eric "the red 'Holder, in order to rush to the gulf shore and lead a march against' oil drillers, tea baggers and hymies ', which he claimed was threatening black children allegedly caught up in the oil spill.