Anixx, you asked a racially-charged question that got at least four helpful comments and four answers. What makes you think that you can't ask a question here?
Moreover, I've looked at some of your recent questions that were closed. They all seem scant on details: very little details on why the question is being asked, where the language came from, or what research you've already done.
This isn't the first time I've pointed people to Yoichi's questions, and it probably won't be the last. But, compare this question of yours with this one of his.
Or this question of yours with this one of his.
Or this one with that one.
What differences do you see? I see one set of questions with meticulous details about context, along with earnest research that is methodically presented. In other words, one set of questions clearly caters to a community of serious experts, while the other questions don't.
I suggest you spend more time researching each one of your own questions before asking it here. Try to find the answer yourself. And I don't just mean a quick look in a dictionary; do web searches as well. Invest a significant amount of your own time and effort. Then, if you still haven't figured out a satisfactory answer to your question, compose a carefully crafted a question for ELU, taking diligent care to integrate the results of your prior research into your question, explaining why you are still confused.
I suspect that a question researched and presented in that fashion would be much more warmly received.