common to "jew call me". Jew eat is how most people ask "did you eat".
"jew eat yet?"
"no. jew?"
by Adrian C November 04, 2006
Compressed phrase that means "Did you eat?" often heard as "Jew eat?" by particularly sensitive and/or peculiarly paranoid people of the Jewish persuasion, especially when asked by a goy (non-Jew). "Jew eat?" syndrome was first exposed to mass culture by Woody Allen in his Oscar-winning film "Annie Hall" (1977).
Alvy Singer (Woody Allen) to his calm friend Rob (Tony Roberts):

"You know, I was having lunch with some guys from NBC, so I said, 'Did you eat yet or what?' And Tom Christie said, 'No, JEW?' Not 'Did you?'...JEW eat? JEW? You get it? JEW eat?"

-- Woody Allen, screenplay for "Annie Hall"

by Tummy AuGratin February 26, 2006
The Southern (USA) way to say "Did you eat?"
I'm hungry!

Jew eat yet?
by Mike Comanche March 04, 2009

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