I read that the meaning of the word "goy" for Jews is something like a dog, I would like to know if this is true or not?


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It means simply "non-Jew", or rather "non-Jewish", Because a person who has converted from another faith to Judaism, no matter who he is by blood, will not be called a goy.


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