1. Jewish term for someone who is not a Jew
2. Mormon term for someone who is not a Mormon.
Utah is the only place in the USA where Jews are considered gentiles.
by Rattus cattus November 16, 2006
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Derogatory term for pretentious & flavorless people who think they're better than everyone else by driving a Prius, going to yoga, paying taxes and walking around with a cup of $10 starbucks coffee. Mostly middle to upper middle class white people, similar to hipsters.
"Jim just went vegan and only talks about eating kale all day. He's a fucking gentile"
by bratwurst69 September 12, 2020
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Non-Jew, synonym of goy. From a Latin translation of the Hebrew word goy: gentilis.
For some reason, Nazis prefer the word gentile to goy, so make sure you call them a goy as much as possible.

Gentiles shouldn't have seders.

It's only challah if it isn't made by a gentile; otherwise it's just a Jewesque bread.
by Queen Buttrix July 10, 2021
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1) A person who is not Jewish

2) Someone with very little money i.e. poor.

3) Anyone who makes less than six figures a year.

4) A non-shapeshifter
-That guy can't even afford food!
-Figures, he is a gentile
by aktsepr March 26, 2010
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Someone who is deeply unsatisfied with themselves and seeks to rectify this by being a predator towards all kinds of women.
Female 1: " Man, that guy was a total gentile towards me"
Female 2: "Yeah he looks like a total gentile"
by Ramraider July 18, 2010
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A severely fake person. This person is fake to the extent that anybody seems real in comparison to them. Anybody.
Tim: Man, this teacher is so fake.
Jim: Yeah, she's almost like a Gentill.
by Mr. Swag Diggity Doo Doo December 14, 2013
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in English literature: use of the term to describe a common person who distinguishes themselves by going through the day without causing problems to those they interacted with publicly.
Joseph was proud of his Gentile nature, and carried himself in a manner that of a Nobleman even though his roots were clearly that of a peasant.
by Jackwagon March 5, 2012
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