dago

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Synonyms for dago

(ethnic slur) offensive term for a person of Italian descent

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This is another blow to the cause of press freedom and members of the fourth estate," Dagos added.
243) This latter evidence was adduced from former prosecutors in the Dallas County office and actual policy documents available to prosecutors at the time of petitioner's trial, including a circular that read, "Do not take Jews, Negroes, Dagos, Mexicans or a member of any minority race on a jury, no matter how rich or how well educated.
Without fear of censure or admonition, one could write about wops, japs, micks, pollocks, the shanty Irish, frogs, hunkies, hebes, dagos, krauts, spics, and nips and attribute to them the hoariest of stereotypes.
With England already ruled out of the equation on the grounds that fairytales don't happen unless your last name is Riding Hood and with Germany relying on a Jancker, that leaves us with six potential winners - the Frogs, Argies, Eyeties, Nescafe Boys, dirty Dagos and the Swedes.
A few deluded souls from Manchester and Merseyside took umbrage, claiming England's finest had the drop on those damn dagos.
Old-stock Americans called them wops, dagos, and guineas and referred to them as the "Chinese of Europe" and "just as bad as the Negroes.
An earlier manual on jury selection in the same county instructed prosecutors: " 'Do not take Jews, Negroes, Dagos, Mexicans or a member of any minority race on a jury, no matter how rich or how well educated.
Reason number one is flavor," says Randall Guzzardo of the Seattle restaurant Two Dagos from Texas.
Peter Bondanella: Hollywood Italians: Dagos, Palookas, Romeos, Wise Guys, and Sopranos (2004).
It is also unhelpful to refer to our neighbours as Frogs, Krauts, Wops and Dagos.