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Besides meaning a good friend, Juif is also a fruit drink often consumed at parties by big kids. In the year 2003, records show over 3 cans of juif were consumed in the UK.

Many people are against the idea of Juif, because it reminds them of the days when Juice was readily available.
Linnel: Weeeeeeel, I'm glad we got that straight.
Flans: Hey John
Linnel: Yeah
Flans: I need some Juif
Linnel: I got some Juif
Flans: Well lets go to your house
Linnel: ok.. I'll meet you overthere
Flans: ok.............D is for drums, D is for Druuuuuums...
by Dr Quentin Q. Quinn April 23, 2005
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The term "juif" is the French word for Jew or Jewish.

In certain parts of Northern Ontario, Canada, the term "juif" can also be a slang word. Although anti-semetism is very low in this region, as the Jewish population is very low, the slang word arose in the 1990's in these parts to mean to "rip off" or can be used to jokingly call your friend a fukker.
"T'a juifé mon feu, juif." You stole my lighter fukker.
by rrribit October 11, 2007
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from the french meaning jew, comes to mean a greeting used by gd friends, both semitic and other wise. normally used with the prefix ahh. if you are called juif do not b offended for it as it is a great honour.
"ahh juif" exclaimd jonah
"ahh juif" came the reply from lewis
"two hundred?" said phone dude
"not now" uttered jonah and lewis in unision
by jonah April 21, 2005
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A Juif is a term that was created around 1970-1985 used mostly amoung Russian Poets who had assimilated into the land now known as Hazbeckistanian.

It is a term which describes a man which carries Matzah around the house with him, for what appears to be no apparent reason. He may also carry books which tell tales of a journey from Egypy.

In 1980 there was the world's first gathering/brunch of Juif's, it is now an anual event, world wide.
1)"Put those books down and come to bed, you juif! could you also pass me that envelope?"

2)"Western cultures evelove, unlike the plate of a Juif"

3)"Reading is what compleats my strenuous day of carrying this Matzah" -Suzie Gold (the movie star)
by Dr Quentin Q. Quinn April 28, 2005
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