Mack, Mick, Mickey, Mickey Finn:::Derogatory (from an Irish point of view) and used in Great Britain and United States
Malaun:::A derogatory term used by those in Bangladesh for Hindus
Moulie:::Offensive word for a black person, used by Italians in US. It is a corruption of melanzane, the Italian word for eggplant.
Wop:::Offensive term for anyone of Italian descent...used in the U.S. and UK
Touch of the tar brush::::
(British) derogatory descriptive phrase for a person of predominantly Caucasian ancestry with real or suspected African or Asian distant ancestry. (Gee, thanks)
Yank:::Derogatory term used to describe Americans in English speaking countries outside the US
Tan:::A derogatory term for British in Ireland
Teapot:::In Great Britain, it is a term for a Black Person
Smoked Irish / smoked Irishman:::
(U.S.) a 19th century term for Blacks (intended to insult both Blacks and Irish).
Honky:::Derogatory Term for whites by blacks in United States
Cracker:::Derogatory Term for whites by blacks in United States
a pejorative term, mostly in North America, for a non-Jewish woman. Derived from the Hebrew root Shin-Qof-Tzadei (שקץ), meaning loathsome or abomination. Most commonly used to refer to a non-Jewish woman who is dating or married to a Jewish man
(UK) a black person. – note alternative original mildly derogatory meaning in the UK: "a novice; a foolish or naive person"
(UK) (See also Southern Fairy) used as a pejorative in the south of England, relating to the supposed stupidity and lack of sophistication of those in the north of the country. In some cases this has been adopted in the north of England, with a pub in Leeds even taking the name 'The Northern Monkey'.
Jock, jocky, jockie
(UK) a Scottish person, Scots language nickname for the personal name John, cognate to the English, Jack. Occasionally used by the English as an insult.