Definitions for GHETTOˈgɛt oʊ
This page provides all possible meanings and translations of the word GHETTO
formerly the restricted quarter of many European cities in which Jews were required to live
"the Warsaw ghetto"
any segregated mode of living or working that results from bias or stereotyping
"the relative security of the gay ghetto"; "no escape from the ghetto of the typing pool"
a poor densely populated city district occupied by a minority ethnic group linked together by economic hardship and social restrictions
The district in a city where Jews were compelled to confine themselves.
The Jews of Venice were confined to the ghu00E8to, in what is now the Arsenale district
A district where members of an ethnic, religious or cultural minority are congregated, usually voluntarily.
An economically depressed urban district predominantly inhabited by members of one ethnic or religious group.
Bedford-Stuyvesant and Brownsville are often cited as African-American ghettos in New York City.
Of or relating to a ghetto or to ghettos in general.
Of low quality; cheap; shabby.
Origin: From ( dialect), ghèto.
the Jews'quarter in an Italian town or city
A ghetto is a part of a city in which members of a minority group live, especially because of social, legal, or economic pressure. The term was originally used in Venice to describe the part of a city to which Jews were restricted and segregated.
The Nuttall Encyclopedia
an Italian word applied to the quarters set apart in Italian cities for the Jews, and to which in former times they were restricted; the term is now applied to the Jews' quarters in any city.
Translations for GHETTO
From our Multilingual Translation Dictionary
- Ghetto, GettoGerman
- ghetto, gettoFinnish
- [[(यहूदी)]] [[बस्ती]]Hindi
- jodenbuurt, ghetto, gettoDutch
- favelado, gueto, judiariaPortuguese
- geto, гетоSerbo-Croatian
Get even more translations for GHETTO »
Find a translation for the GHETTO definition in other languages:
Select another language: