Hebrew and Yiddish term for a non-Jewish person; synonymous with "gentile." Usually neutral, despite persistent untrue rumors that it is derogatory. It should only be considered offensive when it is used in a context indicating that it's intended as an insult, or said in a tone of disgust- much like the word "Jew." Plural, "goyim"; adjective forms "goyish," "goyishe," "goyisher."
Shoshana married a goy.
A Jew who acts like, and perhaps wrongly believes he is, a Black person. Sometimes offensive, sometimes just jocular. Combination of "Jew" and "Tupac," as in Black polymath Tupac Shakur. Sometimes offensive, sometimes just jocular.
That Jewpac was ghetto-blasting hip-hop all the way to school.