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Danny Wier wrote:
> Mick is a pejorative term for an Irish-American, from the name Michael.

I thought it came from the common prefix Mc-/Mac-.

> And in Russian, there's an old expression that translates to something like
> this: "here's Yuri and Grandma for you".

Meaning what?

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