An Eastern European Jew. The term is often interpreted as offensive, which is a major misconception. The word Yiddish is not offensive, so neither is Yid. The word Yid is used to differentiate between an Eastern European, Yiddish-speaking Jew and an Israeli, Hebrew-speaking Jew.
Simeon is a Yid. However, he prefers to be called Jewish.
de GuidoPosse69 31 Ianuarie 2005