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H.L. Mencken (1880–1956).  The American Language.  1921.

13. Euphemisms, Nicknames, and Forbidden Words
 
Anon.: American Nicknames, Chambers Journal, March 31, 1875.
——: Note on the Word “Jew,” n. p., n. d.
——: The Slang of Venery and Its Analogues (unpublished).
Hayden, Marie Gladys: Terms of Disparagement in American Dialect Speech, Dialect Notes, vol. iv, p. 194.
Johnson, Burúrges: The Everyday Profanity of Our Best People, Century Magazine, June, 1916.
McLaughlin, W. A.: Some Current Substitutes for “Irish,” Dialect Notes, vol. iv, p. 146.
MacMichael, J. Holden: National Nicknames, Notes and Queries, 9th series, vol. iv, p. 212.
Scott, Fred N.: Verbal Taboos, School Review, vol. xx, 1912, pp. 366–78.
Sechrist, Frank K.: The Psychology of Unconventional Language, Pedagogical Seminary, vol. xx, Dec., 1913.
Warnock, Elsie L.: Terms of Approbation and Eulogy in American Dialect Speech, Dialect Notes, vol. iv, p. 13.
——: Terms of Disparagement in the Dialect Speech of High School Pupils in California and New Mexico, Dialect Notes, vol. v, p. 60.

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