An Englishman called his German next-door neighbour a "Schweinhund", a court heard.
Clive Robinson is alleged to have deliberately used the insult — used in films and comics — because of Cristine Hurst's nationality.
A court heard Mrs Hurst, who has lived in Britain for more than 20 years, was so shocked that she almost broke down in tears before calling police.
Lincoln Crown Court was told the incident occurred as Mrs Hurst, a magistrate, was taking in her washing at her smallholding in rural Weston Hills, near Spalding, Lincs.
Robinson, 45, later was said to have admitted making the remark — which translates as "pig dog" — but claimed he was referring to one of his Great Danes.
He also denies an alternative offence of offence using threatening words or behaviour likely to cause harassment, alarm or distress.
The trial continues.
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