From American Yiddish בויטשיק (boytshik), from a blend of English boy + Russian ма́льчик (málʹčik, “boy”).
boychik (plural boychiks)
- (chiefly Jewish) Term of endearment for a young boy, or a young man. Derived from the Russian word 'mal'chik', which means boy.
- (chiefly Jewish) Term of endearment for any special male with whom you are familiar.
- You do nice work, boychik.
- Boychik, your daddy would be proud of you if he were alive.