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Usually in plural A member of one of various fascist skinhead movements, especially (frequently in form Naziskin) an Italian movement of the 1990s.
1980s; earliest use found in United Press International Newswire. From Nazi + skin, apparently after similar use in German. In specific use after Italian Naziskin.
Nazi skin/ˌnatsi ˈskɪn//ˌnɑːtsi ˈskɪn/
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