native americans

Slur Represents Reason & Origins
Alcoholic Native Americans Known to have a hard time handling their liquor.
Apple Native Americans Used by Native Americans as derogatory for other Native Americans who are red on the outside but white on the inside.
BFI Native Americans The "Big Fucking Indian" at the back of the bar you dont want to piss off.
Big Red Native Americans A fat native person. Refference to the gum with the same name.
Blackout Native Americans A stereo type of American Indians referencing their prevalence to excessive alcohol consumption.
Blanket-Ass Native Americans From when the US Government gave tribes blankets.. I guess to make up for killing so many of them. The blankets were also rumored to be infested with smallpox.
Bow Bender Native Americans Indians shot bows.
Buck Native Americans The male equivalent of "squaw"
Buffalo Jockey Native Americans Self-explanatory.
Bushnigger Native Americans Self-explanatory.
Casino Native Americans In reference to the many casinos popping up on Indian reservations all over America
Cherry Nigger Native Americans Color of their skin.
Chief Native Americans Self-explanatory.
Chug Native Americans Refers to alcoholism in Native Americans. They chug it back.
Cochise Native Americans An Apache chief who killed many a white man
Cowboy-Killer Native Americans They killed many a cowboy.
Crow Native Americans Used against other then Crows. Crows were scouts for the American Military or considered tradors by other Native Americans.
Diesel Native Americans Rhyming slang, diesel engine = injun
Dirt-Worshipper Native Americans Made popular by HBO's "Deadwood"
Eskimo Native Americans Eskimo was once acceptable in Canada, and still is almost anywhere else. It means "raw meat eater." Eskimo orginated from southern Indian tribes describing the northern Inuit, whom they were constantly fighting. Inuit take offence to being called Eskimos, despite the fact that they do eat raw meat.
FBI Native Americans Full Blooded Indian. Used in the movie Thunderheart. Not really a slur.
Feather Native Americans Used to differentiate Indians from India ("Dots") from those from America ("Feathers").
Featherhead Native Americans Comes from Native American tribes that wore feathered headdresses.
Fort Injun/Indian Native Americans A term used to represent the [traitor?] Indians who hid behind the safety of the forts.
Gas Huffer Native Americans A large number of Native Americans, particularly those living in northwest Canada/Alaska, are said to be addicted to inhalants.
Gasbag Native Americans Some Natives are commonly prone to 'huffing' gas out of a plastic bag.
Glonni Native Americans Navajo for drunk. Extremely offensive to anyone who speaks Navajo.
Gut-Eater Native Americans They eat stomach lining (tripe) of deer, buffalo, etc. Also after the newly-arrived whites killed all the buffalo they would take every thing but the guts. So all the plains Indians had to eat was guts.
Half-a-gas-can Native Americans Comes from the name "Athabaskan", an Alaskan Indian group.
Hatchet-Packer Native Americans They are always carrying their hatchets
Huff Native Americans They huff gas to get high as they can't afford real drugs
Indian Native Americans Indians come from India, not North/South America. Offensive because original American settlers from Europe completely misnamed them.
Init Native Americans Sioux Indians. Init is a actual word the Sioux like to use. We like to say this is "rez talk" so eventually it fit to call them Inits.
Injun Native Americans Pioneer-related term dates back to the 19th century during the Western Expansion. Probably comes from country people who could not pronounce the word Indian correctly.
Jig Native Americans In Canada, they do a dance called a jig or jigging.
John Redcorn Native Americans The Native Americans character on the animated show King of the Hill is named John Redcorn
Ki Yi Native Americans Rhymes with 'pie pie'. The sounds made in old western movies by the Indians.
Klooch Native Americans Common slur used for Alaskan Indians.
Knee Jerk Native Americans Subset of Native American indicating person who was at Wounded Knee incident in South Dakota in the '70s; Member of A.I.M. (American Indian Movement)
Kukolokod Native Americans From the Beatles song where there is a verse "I am the walrus, kuko loko chu". Walrus live in Alaska.
Maize-Muncher Native Americans Natives are known for there love of corn.
Mascot Native Americans Their likeness is often mascots for sports teams
Mohow Native Americans Indians have Mohawks & Pow wows.
Muck Native Americans Short for "Muckleshoot", one of the most stereotypical and despised tribes of the Pacific Northwest
Nate Native Americans Shortened. Could probably be used on any native peoples.
Neechee Native Americans Love of Lychee fruit.
Nit Native Americans Chivington ordered him men: "kill and scalp all, big and little; nits make lice" just before the Sand Creek massacre in 1864. This was an explination as to why troops were ordered to kill Indian children.
Pow Wow Native Americans Their calls
Prairie Nigger Native Americans Where Natives originate, or were sent
Pretendian Native Americans Native Americans who claim to be pure, but are just mixed-breeds. I suppose this could refer to any mixed -ian race.
Radish Native Americans Red on the outside, white on the inside.
Red Native Americans Skin color.
Red Nigger Native Americans Self-explanatory.
Redskin Native Americans The term Redskin, came from two places, the skin color, then the cruel torture of skinning Native Americans for a bounty. Since their skin was red they started saying "red skins."
Salmon Cruncher Native Americans Salmon is the main part of the diet in many northern villages.
Salmon Nigger Native Americans Salmon was a primary food source for Northwestern Native Americans.
Savage Native Americans Americans commonly called Native Americans by this name in the 1800s.
Scalper Native Americans Based on the Native American practice of scalping enemies.
Seal-Clubber Native Americans Clubbing of seals for the fur and meat
Semihole Native Americans Referring to the Seminole tribe.
Siwash Native Americans Originates from the French word Sauvage which means "savage"
Smoke-Signal Native Americans Many American Indians communicated by using smoke signals.
Spruce Monkey Native Americans Spruce forests
Squanto Native Americans Name of a Native American who helped the English colonists in Massachusetts develop agricultural techniques and served as an interpreter between the colonists and the Wampanoag.
Squaw Native Americans Refers to Native American women. Usually thought to refer to a woman's vagina, but this is fairly controversial.
Squaw Hopper Native Americans Usually associated with natives, but also used for anyone in a relationship with a native female
Tee-Pee Creeper Native Americans Some live in tee-pees.
Timber Nigger Native Americans Similar to Prairie Nigger.
Tipi Tom Native Americans Combination if Tee-pee living and tom-tom usage.
Tomahawk-Chucker Native Americans Self-explanatory.
Tomahonky Native Americans Normally refers to whites with a Native American heritage. Combo of tomahawk + honky
Tonto Native Americans Native American character from The Lone Ranger. Spanish for "Idiot"
Trail Nigger Native Americans Self Explanatory
Tundra Nigger Native Americans same as prarie nigger, but Eskimos are a different species of animal than Indians.
Wagon-Burner Native Americans They burnt wagons
Wahoo Native Americans War Cry, there was also a famous Native American wrestler named Wahoo McDaniel in the 80's.
War Whoop Native Americans Refers to the traditional Native American war cry.
WOPaho Native Americans Any person claiming to be part Navaho Indian, but are without papers or pedigree showing it. Similar To Wigger In Some Respects. A couple of Kootenai Indians in my home town called some people this once, and I heard it as a boy. Naturally, I asked... "You know, there's always someone claimng to be part Navaho, but they have no papers..."
Yazzie Native Americans Common last name among Navajos which is used in the derogatorily by whites.