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Polish Swear Words


tommy    
16 Feb 2007  #271
means a ***** to fu*k im 100% Polish:)
kayleigh    
17 Feb 2007  #272
korva is *****, if i am on the right lines lol:(

o bugga u cnt see it it ses b*tch
sch1tz0    
3 Mar 2007  #273
my gramma (babcha) taught me "Chak-fraff"... i think it means bloody dog... am i right???
krysia 23 | 3,059    
3 Mar 2007  #274
Psia krew. And it means : Dog's blood
sch1tz0    
3 Mar 2007  #275
whatta about: holetta diabla?

curse of the devil (on you)???
krysia 23 | 3,059    
3 Mar 2007  #276
Holera jasna - goddam it
Idż do diabła - go to hell
sch1tz0    
3 Mar 2007  #277
Cool! i live on the west coast, i dont have any polish friends (everyone is mexican or irish) its cool that there is a polish site like this! thanks!!!
ArturSzastak 3 | 593    
3 Mar 2007  #278
gówniarz - little bastard
gówno- $hit
jajca- balls
jebać - to f^ck
kurwa -wh0re (sometimes f^ck)
kutas - pecker
łajdak - philandering bastard
małpa - b*tch, monkey
odpierdol się - f^ck off
pedał - fag
pierdoleniec - f^cker

Hehe, I have the swears of the week for my American friends. Got these straight from my Bud info on AIM.
sch1tz0    
3 Mar 2007  #279
how do you say ni*ger in polish?
krysia 23 | 3,059    
3 Mar 2007  #280
Never mind, You edited.

ni*ger

murzyn
black- czarny
ArturSzastak 3 | 593    
3 Mar 2007  #281
what's with all the stars......

I just copied and pasted, and it added the stars by itself. Sorry bout that. :)
krysia 23 | 3,059    
3 Mar 2007  #282
I know it does that. Just picking on you.:)
ArturSzastak 3 | 593    
3 Mar 2007  #283
Thanks :) Glad to know I was worth it. :) lol
telefonitika    
4 Mar 2007  #284
gówniarz - little bastard
gówno- $hit
jajca- balls
jebać - to f^ck
kurwa -wh0re (sometimes f^ck)
kutas - pecker
łajdak - philandering bastard
małpa - b*tch, monkey
odpierdol się - f^ck off
pedał - fag
pierdoleniec - f^cker

and how are this pronouned phonetically :)
Grzegorz_ 52 | 6,181    
4 Mar 2007  #285
murzyn

I would rather say "czarnuch", murzyn is maybe less politically correct, but still quite official.
peterweg 36 | 2,325    
4 Mar 2007  #286
Do Poles swear a lot? I listening to two guys talking on the bus the other day and it was a torrent of swear words (I don't know what they all meant, but it was every second word)
ArturSzastak 3 | 593    
4 Mar 2007  #287
Swearing isn't as bad of a thing in Poland as it is in say the UK or US. We don't have many of those whiney babies that complain about anything mildly bad. So yeah, we kinda do swear a lot. But it's just spice added to the chicken :)
ella    
5 Mar 2007  #288
hey im 100% polish and know a lot of polish from speaking with my parents. But i don't know swear words my mom sometimes says to me No Choleria w jasne or choleri jasne
or holeri jasne please help. I ask her what it means but she gets angry and ignores me

"cholera jasna" or "no do cholery jasnej" words usually used when something goes wrong or when in a hurry and something stops us ; no direct translation possible but it can relate to English "damn" or "****" or "****".

or sh.i..t or f...ck
looby    
18 Mar 2007  #289
my dad taught me what sounded like cup o cheno eria - wanker? is this ight. Also cukoo mille - head case?

When I said what I wanted them for for - my dad said they musy be very bad man. It was for my boss.
larry casula 2 | 69    
18 Mar 2007  #290
My friend Piotr taught me many swear words,, my other friend Piotr lives in a very nice area, a house we built him should be worth about 975K, but there are all czarnie in the whole area, I have seen this in cities, but never in the burbs, is really freaky, they are all big homes and , I must add not built to my standards, but the nice cars are all out front.

I dont have anything against them at all, but is rare to see them all in such large homes, not to say they could not afford them, I just thinik it became a place of refuge for them, and they just congregated there.
GeoGirl2222    
18 Mar 2007  #291
What do i know! If it not in english (scince i only know english) I don't know what it means.

sorry thought only from first page
Eurola 4 | 1,911    
18 Mar 2007  #292
sounded like cup o cheno eria - wanker?

I'm trying hard to get this one...in what situation would he say that?

cukoo mille - head case?

This one reminds me a little "kuku na muniu", which would mean a "head case".

Muniu comes from mózg - brain.
krysia 23 | 3,059    
18 Mar 2007  #294
Where did you hear that?
It's a personal word. Could get in trouble translating it.
fathibest 2 | 25    
18 Mar 2007  #295
My crazy Polish friend told me if I got pissed with a Polish girl, tell her this.

What does it means anyway?
hej    
18 Mar 2007  #296
suka means *****

b.itch
krysia 23 | 3,059    
18 Mar 2007  #297
a girl dog :)
looby    
19 Mar 2007  #298
Quoting: looby
sounded like cup o cheno eria - wanker?

I'm trying hard to get this one...in what situation would he say that?

I asked how to say Wanker. That when he said that person must be horrible. The word reminded me of cupachino that you drink.

I think your right on the head case - would bird brain be anywhere near. He did put idiot on the end.
polkawusa    
19 Mar 2007  #299
My Girlfriend taught me a phrase which she is unable to tell me the full English meaning. It sounds like "Korva" (ie Kurwa) "ooya bana". What does that mean in English?

The closest thing I can think of to "ooya bana" is pojebana, it means ****** up in the head, crazy.
visitor    
19 Mar 2007  #300
question:
my grandmother used to use a word pronounced "potzkutzva". any idea of the real spelling or what this means?



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