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The only answer I can find definitively is in the film version script, which uses the word gentile to refer to non-Jews. I don't have the text of the play in front of me, though.
Usually the name of someone who is not a Jew in Yiddish is a goy, or in plural, goyim. The more common word in English for a non-Jew is a gentile.
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