injun injun


  • (n) (slang) offensive term for Native Americans



  1. He was ''Powder River Jack" Lee, a leathery, garrulous, honest-injun cowboy from the wild old West.
  2. Barleycorn, barleycorn, injun-meal shorts, Spunk-water, spunk-water, swaller these warts! ".
  3. Everybody come quick, jump aboard, see a lotta things you never saw before, forget you're a shoe clerk, play cowboy an' injun, make yourself a hero, have secret power .


  • Nexon head talks Dota 2

    GameSpot speaks with Injun Kim, head of Dota 2 for Nexon Korea, about the game's development in South Korea.
    on June 22, 2013     Source: GameSpot


  1. House candidate Steve Kagen, who arrived late to a campaign event in Green Bay after a meeting on an Oneida reservation, told the audience Friday,"Our excuse in Oneida was, well, we're on Injun time." "They don't tell time by the clock. Our...
    on Oct 23, 2006 By: Steve Kagen Source: FOXNews

  2. During a Jan. 4 appearance on Sean Hannity's show, Steele said the Republican platform "is one of the best political documents that's been written in the last 25 years. Honest injun on that."
    on Jan 13, 2010 By: Michael Steele Source: Journal

  3. Shearer tells me his faves are "any that begin with 'if,' as in 'if I offended anyone.'" Republican Committee Chair Michael Steele's comment, after taking heat for using the phrase "Honest Injun" -- "If Honest Injun is a slur, then I...
    on Feb 2, 2010 By: Harry Shearer Source: Huffington Post (blog)

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