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Gwei means "ghost." The color white is associated with ghosts in China. "strange foreigner" A foreigner who has a deep interest in Japan and its culture or language etc, and thus attempts to master it (to no avail, as the Japanese do not traditionally believe foreigners can ever fully understand the Japanese spirit) Not necessarily derogatory.(Canada, U.

Used primarily in the states north of Mexico City (Coahuila, Guadalajara, Durango, Chihuahua, etc.).

(Arab Countries) This term, literally "slave" in Arabic, is used as a slur against Blacks and persons of mixed African descent.

Usage is consistent with the Arab institution of black slavery that lasted from approximately 900 to 1962.(Malaysia) An Ah Pek Malaysian Chinese that is trying to act cool by coloring their hair and by their Gypsy way of dressing up; usually speaks Cantonese.

According to the Ferengi article, the root word may be Frank.(Japan) anybody not ethnic Japanese, though most widely used to describe whites and non-Asians. Less polite term for a foreigner than "gaikokujin", meaning roughly "outlander;" "gaijin" is closer to "outsider".(Venezuela) Natives from south-west Venezuela (the Andean region) mostly stereotyped as hard working, stubborn and dumb.

It also refers to the characteristic Spanish accent of people from the Venezuelan/Colombian Andes, or may be used in a derogative way to refer to someone that acts stupid.(Hong Kong and South China) A White man. Gweilo is loosely translated as "foreign devil."[7] Once a mark of xenophobia, the word was promoted by Maoists and is now in general informal usage.[8](Japan) Lit.

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