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    Post  AdminGoat on Sun Jan 02, 2011 12:55 pm

    so far we're known as malaysian, indian, spanish/latin, japanese, american, chinese, finnish, greek, german, filippino and some can even talk french?
    You are therefore obliged ta speak any language yekno in this forum, providing -if ye wish- a translation in english.
    It's entirely up to ye, wether this will become an extemely chaotic thread or something we can all actualy learn from.

    GIVE IT A GO, ΚΑΘΥΣΤΕΡΗΜΕΝΑ.
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    Post  SparklingPinkRanger on Mon Jan 03, 2011 11:13 am

    it be lovely to learn all cursing words in other language ^^

    jijik i still remember skase malaka, tell more!
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    Post  AdminGoat on Mon Jan 03, 2011 11:32 am

    SparklingPinkRanger wrote:it be lovely to learn all cursing words in other language ^^

    jijik i still remember skase malaka, tell more!

    mkay then, skase means shutup, everyone knows what malakas is i believe.

    "tsiba ena archidi" / "τσίμπα ένα αρχίδι"
    means: pinch a testicle.
    its not used very often but its quite a unique one.
    usually said (by males) when someone wants you to give something and you dont wanna or when you wanna prove yourself superior verbally.


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    Post  Hijikata on Mon Jan 03, 2011 5:00 pm

    OH oh, I'm a pro at cursing in different languages!

    german:
    shut up means "Halt den Mund" and if ya wanna be vulgar "Halt die Fresse"
    in punjabi (indian) it's "schup karjah" for neutral use.

    If you want to know other things, just tell me kono yarou!^^
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    Post  fruitspunchsamurai on Mon Jan 03, 2011 7:42 pm

    皆さんは多分日本語を忘れてしまいました。
    Everyone probably completely forgot their Japanese.

    それでは、教えてあげるよ。
    Anyhow, I'll teach again for you all.
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    Post  SparklingPinkRanger on Tue Jan 04, 2011 12:07 am

    no i dun know what malakas mean.

    tsiba ena archidi AHAHAHAHAHA pinch a testicle ekekekeke i think its better to just do it than verbally curse them


    Hiji chan,
    teach me how to say asshole in both language
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    Post  Hijikata on Tue Jan 04, 2011 4:12 am

    SparklingPinkRanger wrote:no i dun know what malakas mean.

    tsiba ena archidi AHAHAHAHAHA pinch a testicle ekekekeke i think its better to just do it than verbally curse them


    Hiji chan,
    teach me how to say asshole in both language

    asshole in german is "Arschloch" and in punjabi I could tell you a similar word which is "kaminey". It also means bastard, asshole, jerk.


    And Zura! Teach us japanese, but please with romaji and not japanese letters.

    あなたの仕事英語教? (Is this even correct?)
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    Post  kryptonyte on Tue Jan 04, 2011 9:43 am

    Hijikata wrote:
    SparklingPinkRanger wrote:no i dun know what malakas mean.

    tsiba ena archidi AHAHAHAHAHA pinch a testicle ekekekeke i think its better to just do it than verbally curse them


    Hiji chan,
    teach me how to say asshole in both language

    asshole in german is "Arschloch" and in punjabi I could tell you a similar word which is "kaminey". It also means bastard, asshole, jerk.


    And Zura! Teach us japanese, but please with romaji and not japanese letters.

    あなたの仕事英語教? (Is this even correct?)

    "Kaminey" (kami- nay) is closer to scoundrel or creep and I suppose jerk too, "Kutta" (koo-tha) is bastard. There is ass, but not really an equivalent to asshole; I think. The closest I can think of is "son of an ass" which would be "ghade ke puttar" (gaa- dhay key put-ter)

    theres also many different equivalent words to mofo, one for every member of the family! XD

    Are there any words in Germany that get used as swear words that generally aren't swearwords in other places in the world?
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    Post  SparklingPinkRanger on Tue Jan 04, 2011 10:21 am

    [quote="kryptonyte"Kaminey" (kami- nay) is closer to scoundrel or creep and I suppose jerk too, "Kutta" (koo-tha) is bastard. There is ass, but not really an equivalent to asshole; I think. The closest I can think of is "son of an ass" which would be "ghade ke puttar" (gaa- dhay key put-ter)

    theres also many different equivalent words to mofo, one for every member of the family! XD

    Are there any words in Germany that get used as swear words that generally aren't swearwords in other places in the world?[/quote]

    ekekekeke i like kutta n ghade ke puttar. sound fancy saying it!
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    Post  kryptonyte on Tue Jan 04, 2011 10:24 am

    SparklingPinkRanger wrote:[quote="kryptonyte"Kaminey" (kami- nay) is closer to scoundrel or creep and I suppose jerk too, "Kutta" (koo-tha) is bastard. There is ass, but not really an equivalent to asshole; I think. The closest I can think of is "son of an ass" which would be "ghade ke puttar" (gaa- dhay key put-ter)

    theres also many different equivalent words to mofo, one for every member of the family! XD

    Are there any words in Germany that get used as swear words that generally aren't swearwords in other places in the world?

    ekekekeke i like kutta n ghade ke puttar. sound fancy saying it![/quote]

    if you wanna say bitch, its "kutti" ^_^

    i love how the international language forum is all curse words XD
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    Post  fruitspunchsamurai on Tue Jan 04, 2011 10:47 am

    Hijikata wrote:

    And Zura! Teach us japanese, but please with romaji and not japanese letters.

    あなたの仕事英語教? (Is this even correct?)

    ズラじゃない桂だ。 ^違うだよそれ。。。
    ZURA JA NAI KATSURA DA. chigau da yo sore...
    IT'S NOT ZURA IT'S KATSURA. That's not right...

    ズラ先生の仕事は英語の教師だよ。
    zura-sensei no shigoto wa eigo no kyoushi da yo.

    In other words. Zura-sensei's job is English Professor.

    MOREOVER.... AS I SAID NOT ZURA OI.

    (^^) Which words do you want to learn?
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    Post  SparklingPinkRanger on Tue Jan 04, 2011 11:04 am

    kryptonyte wrote:
    SparklingPinkRanger wrote:[quote="kryptonyte"Kaminey" (kami- nay) is closer to scoundrel or creep and I suppose jerk too, "Kutta" (koo-tha) is bastard. There is ass, but not really an equivalent to asshole; I think. The closest I can think of is "son of an ass" which would be "ghade ke puttar" (gaa- dhay key put-ter)

    theres also many different equivalent words to mofo, one for every member of the family! XD

    Are there any words in Germany that get used as swear words that generally aren't swearwords in other places in the world?

    ekekekeke i like kutta n ghade ke puttar. sound fancy saying it!

    if you wanna say bitch, its "kutti" ^_^

    i love how the international language forum is all curse words XD[/quote]

    AHAHAHAHHA AWESOME! kutta n kutti becoming my fav curse words! ooii u sure its cursing? sound so cute! kutta kutti. like twin! (^o^)
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    Post  kryptonyte on Tue Jan 04, 2011 11:09 am

    SparklingPinkRanger wrote:
    kryptonyte wrote:
    SparklingPinkRanger wrote:[quote="kryptonyte"Kaminey" (kami- nay) is closer to scoundrel or creep and I suppose jerk too, "Kutta" (koo-tha) is bastard. There is ass, but not really an equivalent to asshole; I think. The closest I can think of is "son of an ass" which would be "ghade ke puttar" (gaa- dhay key put-ter)

    theres also many different equivalent words to mofo, one for every member of the family! XD

    Are there any words in Germany that get used as swear words that generally aren't swearwords in other places in the world?

    ekekekeke i like kutta n ghade ke puttar. sound fancy saying it!

    if you wanna say bitch, its "kutti" ^_^

    i love how the international language forum is all curse words XD

    AHAHAHAHHA AWESOME! kutta n kutti becoming my fav curse words! ooii u sure its cursing? sound so cute! kutta kutti. like twin! (^o^)[/quote]

    male dog and female dog XD

    the word for your brother in law is also kind of a curse word for some reason 0_o "sala"
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    Post  SparklingPinkRanger on Tue Jan 04, 2011 11:35 am

    so its not really a curse words, it can be name to twin dog. cute!

    ahahaha i wonder how can they mix bro in law with curse words
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    Post  kryptonyte on Tue Jan 04, 2011 12:07 pm

    SparklingPinkRanger wrote:so its not really a curse words, it can be name to twin dog. cute!

    ahahaha i wonder how can they mix bro in law with curse words

    bitch/ kutti= female dog

    bastard/ kutta= male dog

    the English versions also can be used in reference to a illegitimate child.
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    Post  Hijikata on Tue Jan 04, 2011 4:18 pm

    kryptonyte wrote:
    Hijikata wrote:
    SparklingPinkRanger wrote:no i dun know what malakas mean.

    tsiba ena archidi AHAHAHAHAHA pinch a testicle ekekekeke i think its better to just do it than verbally curse them


    Hiji chan,
    teach me how to say asshole in both language

    asshole in german is "Arschloch" and in punjabi I could tell you a similar word which is "kaminey". It also means bastard, asshole, jerk.


    And Zura! Teach us japanese, but please with romaji and not japanese letters.

    あなたの仕事英語教? (Is this even correct?)

    "Kaminey" (kami- nay) is closer to scoundrel or creep and I suppose jerk too, "Kutta" (koo-tha) is bastard. There is ass, but not really an equivalent to asshole; I think. The closest I can think of is "son of an ass" which would be "ghade ke puttar" (gaa- dhay key put-ter)

    theres also many different equivalent words to mofo, one for every member of the family! XD

    Are there any words in Germany that get used as swear words that generally aren't swearwords in other places in the world?



    If you count Kutta (which means dog) as something like bastard, you can also use all the other animals. You can also use "Haramey" if ya want.

    In german it's the same. You can insult someone by calling him a pig etc. And can you give me an example for what you mean by this "get used as swear words that generally aren't swearwords in other places in the world?"?
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    Post  kryptonyte on Tue Jan 04, 2011 10:50 pm

    Hijikata wrote:
    kryptonyte wrote:
    Hijikata wrote:
    SparklingPinkRanger wrote:no i dun know what malakas mean.

    tsiba ena archidi AHAHAHAHAHA pinch a testicle ekekekeke i think its better to just do it than verbally curse them


    Hiji chan,
    teach me how to say asshole in both language

    asshole in german is "Arschloch" and in punjabi I could tell you a similar word which is "kaminey". It also means bastard, asshole, jerk.


    And Zura! Teach us japanese, but please with romaji and not japanese letters.

    あなたの仕事英語教? (Is this even correct?)

    "Kaminey" (kami- nay) is closer to scoundrel or creep and I suppose jerk too, "Kutta" (koo-tha) is bastard. There is ass, but not really an equivalent to asshole; I think. The closest I can think of is "son of an ass" which would be "ghade ke puttar" (gaa- dhay key put-ter)

    theres also many different equivalent words to mofo, one for every member of the family! XD

    Are there any words in Germany that get used as swear words that generally aren't swearwords in other places in the world?



    If you count Kutta (which means dog) as something like bastard, you can also use all the other animals. You can also use "Haramey" if ya want.

    In german it's the same. You can insult someone by calling him a pig etc. And can you give me an example for what you mean by this "get used as swear words that generally aren't swearwords in other places in the world?"?

    thats actually the original meaning of bastard. a bastard is a male dog, and a bitch is a female dog haha. It's only recently that its received the meaning of illegitimate child. I've always understood "haramey" as something like disturber of peace, but I'm not sure.

    oh and like I said, sala gets used in India as an insult but it means brother in law on the females side XD. That's only a curse word in India, but no where else. Anything like that in German?
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    Post  Hijikata on Wed Jan 05, 2011 4:25 am

    kryptonyte wrote:
    Hijikata wrote:
    kryptonyte wrote:
    Hijikata wrote:
    SparklingPinkRanger wrote:no i dun know what malakas mean.

    tsiba ena archidi AHAHAHAHAHA pinch a testicle ekekekeke i think its better to just do it than verbally curse them


    Hiji chan,
    teach me how to say asshole in both language

    asshole in german is "Arschloch" and in punjabi I could tell you a similar word which is "kaminey". It also means bastard, asshole, jerk.


    And Zura! Teach us japanese, but please with romaji and not japanese letters.

    あなたの仕事英語教? (Is this even correct?)

    "Kaminey" (kami- nay) is closer to scoundrel or creep and I suppose jerk too, "Kutta" (koo-tha) is bastard. There is ass, but not really an equivalent to asshole; I think. The closest I can think of is "son of an ass" which would be "ghade ke puttar" (gaa- dhay key put-ter)

    theres also many different equivalent words to mofo, one for every member of the family! XD

    Are there any words in Germany that get used as swear words that generally aren't swearwords in other places in the world?



    If you count Kutta (which means dog) as something like bastard, you can also use all the other animals. You can also use "Haramey" if ya want.

    In german it's the same. You can insult someone by calling him a pig etc. And can you give me an example for what you mean by this "get used as swear words that generally aren't swearwords in other places in the world?"?

    thats actually the original meaning of bastard. a bastard is a male dog, and a bitch is a female dog haha. It's only recently that its received the meaning of illegitimate child. I've always understood "haramey" as something like disturber of peace, but I'm not sure.

    oh and like I said, sala gets used in India as an insult but it means brother in law on the females side XD. That's only a curse word in India, but no where else. Anything like that in German?


    I see Very Happy Well I don't remember a word like this right now, but I will be sure to post as soon I remember one^^ And I hate it so much that I am called "sali" as well>_< It sounds so strange...
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    Post  SparklingPinkRanger on Wed Jan 05, 2011 6:35 am

    aaahh yep yep of course, im so slow.... here we using animal as curse words too, anjing = dog, babi = pig

    oohh n since we multi race, d curse words get creative cross beyond multi language too ekekekeke
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    Post  Hijikata on Wed Jan 05, 2011 7:13 am

    SparklingPinkRanger wrote:aaahh yep yep of course, im so slow.... here we using animal as curse words too, anjing = dog, babi = pig

    oohh n since we multi race, d curse words get creative cross beyond multi language too ekekekeke

    babi sound almost like sister-in-law in my indian "bhabhi"....BUt they are completely different in the meaning.


    And Jo, is there a greek curse word called "gamuto" (don't know the exact spelling). I heard our waitress say it a lot of times...


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    Post  AdminGoat on Wed Jan 05, 2011 9:24 am

    Hijikata wrote:
    SparklingPinkRanger wrote:aaahh yep yep of course, im so slow.... here we using animal as curse words too, anjing = dog, babi = pig

    oohh n since we multi race, d curse words get creative cross beyond multi language too ekekekeke

    babi sound almost like sister-in-law in my indian "bhabhi"....BUt they are completely different in the meaning.


    And Jo, is there a greek curse word called "gamuto" (don't know the exact spelling). I heard our waitress say it a lot of times...



    gamoto / γαμώτο
    means "fuck"
    its very common thing ta say when in distress or anger etc
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    Post  Hijikata on Wed Jan 05, 2011 12:24 pm

    AdminGoat wrote:
    Hijikata wrote:
    SparklingPinkRanger wrote:aaahh yep yep of course, im so slow.... here we using animal as curse words too, anjing = dog, babi = pig

    oohh n since we multi race, d curse words get creative cross beyond multi language too ekekekeke

    babi sound almost like sister-in-law in my indian "bhabhi"....BUt they are completely different in the meaning.


    And Jo, is there a greek curse word called "gamuto" (don't know the exact spelling). I heard our waitress say it a lot of times...



    gamoto / γαμώτο
    means "fuck"
    its very common thing ta say when in distress or anger etc


    I see, that's what she's been saying...

    If you want to intruce yourself in greek, how do you say it?
    Like:

    Hello, my name is ____. It's nice to meet ya, bla blah

    introductions in greece are a bit weird actually,
    if the introduction is not formal just your name is enuff.
    the above sentence or a formal sentence would be like:

    "yasas, to onoma mu ine ______. harika ya ti gnorimia."
    Γεια σας, το όνομά μου είναι _______. Χάρηκα για τη γνωριμία.

    Or "yasas, onomazome _____. Herome pu sas gnorizo."
    Γεια σας, ονομάζομαι _____. Χαίρομαι που σας γνωρίζω.

    first means hi(plural) my name is____ i am happy to meet/know you
    second means hi(plural) i am called ____ i am happy meeting/knowing you (equivalent to the english "its a pleasure knowing you")

    ya sas is addressed formally as plural even when you talk to one person
    ya su is addressed casually one to one person.
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    Post  Aisxos on Thu Jan 06, 2011 8:42 am

    If you want to intruce yourself in greek, how do you say it?
    Like:

    Hello, my name is ____. It's nice to meet ya, bla blah

    Xairete, me lene ____. Xarika gia ti gnorimia, to mouni ths manas sou.


    Sure to work formal introduction.

    PS: Only use it if you're good at martial arts.

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    Post  Aisxos on Thu Jan 06, 2011 9:04 am

    o ye, other useful short and easy to learn greek stuff:


    1:
    Skata - Shit.

    Usage: Use this everywhere, anytime, anyday, during transactions, friendly conversations or other. You can also attach it to other words, like Skatomayonaize, Skatocell phone, skatoconversation, skatoforrum, etc.

    The word itself is given more value and power the longer you elongate the first a. For instance:

    Skaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa-ta is more powerful than:
    Skaaaata.

    Also, Skaaaaa-ta conveys disgust, while Skataaaaaaaaaaa conveys panic.

    This is the perfect greek word.


    2:
    Aisxos

    A word which I also use as my ID in random forums, this is almost as perfect as skata. Aisxos is a hard word to translate, as I can't come up with an english word that directly translate it.

    Aisxos by definition means 'shame' but that dictionary answer doesn't translate what it means in modern-day greek. Since I can't find a word in english or german, I'll just bring up some examples:

    You ordered coffee and they brought you tea instead. Aisxos.

    You got a new hot-looking girlfriend and as you undo her bra her boobs hang down all the way to her knee. Aisxos!

    You read a forum post like this. Aisxos.

    You're taking a shit but it doesn't all come out so you have to wiggle your butt hoping those little clingons drop off and you don't have to pick them out with toilet paper. Aisxos.

    You fail the above attempt, and realize you have no toilet paper. AISXOS.

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    Re: international blablahz

    Post  Hijikata on Thu Jan 06, 2011 4:18 pm

    Hijikata wrote:
    AdminGoat wrote:
    Hijikata wrote:
    SparklingPinkRanger wrote:aaahh yep yep of course, im so slow.... here we using animal as curse words too, anjing = dog, babi = pig

    oohh n since we multi race, d curse words get creative cross beyond multi language too ekekekeke

    babi sound almost like sister-in-law in my indian "bhabhi"....BUt they are completely different in the meaning.


    And Jo, is there a greek curse word called "gamuto" (don't know the exact spelling). I heard our waitress say it a lot of times...



    gamoto / γαμώτο
    means "fuck"
    its very common thing ta say when in distress or anger etc


    I see, that's what she's been saying...

    If you want to intruce yourself in greek, how do you say it?
    Like:

    Hello, my name is ____. It's nice to meet ya, bla blah

    introductions in greece are a bit weird actually,
    if the introduction is not formal just your name is enuff.
    the above sentence or a formal sentence would be like:

    "yasas, to onoma mu ine ______. harika ya ti gnorimia."
    Γεια σας, το όνομά μου είναι _______. Χάρηκα για τη γνωριμία.

    Or "yasas, onomazome _____. Herome pu sas gnorizo."
    Γεια σας, ονομάζομαι _____. Χαίρομαι που σας γνωρίζω.

    first means hi(plural) my name is____ i am happy to meet/know you
    second means hi(plural) i am called ____ i am happy meeting/knowing you (equivalent to the english "its a pleasure knowing you")

    ya sas is addressed formally as plural even when you talk to one person
    ya su is addressed casually one to one person.

    oiiii!!! I didn't the last part starting "introduction blah blah" But why is it in my post???


    But thank you Aisxos
    Btw is the pronunciation like it is written or different?


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