word of the day: Squaw

borrowed from the Algonquin indigenous people of North America, a woman. modern use is however a bit disparaging…


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[li]Older Use: Disparaging and Offensive. a contemptuous term used to refer to a North American Indian woman, especially a wife.[/li][li]Slang: Disparaging and Offensive.[/li][LIST=1]
[li]a contemptuous term used to refer to a wife.[/li][li]a contemptuous term used to refer to any woman or girl.[/li][/ol]

I protest!

Last I heard of this word was back when I watched wild west movies. Was never sure if the spelling though.

For the record, Maam, are you @Meria Mata meria 's squaw

Squaw = Kunguru

Ktalt Lexicon must the fastest changing dialect in recent times.

:D:D:D why now? Si ni sawa na kunguru or slay queen

Pseudomutheu is my [SIZE=5]Mavourneen Virago[/SIZE]

Hehehe. Ask anyone below 30, this word means ‘my squad’ aka ‘my crew’.


Stop ruffling me up sir.
I will start squawking and go feminazi on your Father guilds’ ass.

Kassin… Pia wewe?

I love it when you bring out the heavy lingua… Damn.

Hehehe. Nimetii

Aty your what…iii mitihani ya kusoma dictionary itanishinda jamaneni

Takes me to back when I used to read it in ancient American adventure books.