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Polish Swear Words


osiol 55 | 3,923    
11 Sep 2007  #451
didnt probably start as a coarse word

Like when there was a road in 13th century Oxford called 'Gropec*** Lane'.

Any Polish examples that have survived the bowdlerisation of history writers?
PIE    
12 Sep 2007  #452
Polish cholera too started as PIE *ghel- that means to shine; a bright color, thus again not as swearword. Generally, swearing function always comes later, because originally all wors were strictly functional.

Similarly English F U C K started as PIE *bhau- to hit, for example to hit nail with hammer, and English C U N T started as PIE *gen- to bear, produce, thus again not as swear words.

As you see, even modern extremely heavy vulgarisms in PIE were only functional, but not vulgar words at all.

They have a long and interesting history,
but proto-Indo-Europeans must have needed to shout something
when they stubbed their toe or caught their finger on a *sk(h)woj-

For shout something in these cases proto-Indo-Europeans had word *au- that means ow! (exclamation of pain), thus not swear word at all.
osiol 55 | 3,923    
12 Sep 2007  #453
For shout something in these cases proto-Indo-Europeans had word *au- that means ow! (exclamation of pain), thus not swear word at all

All sounds a bit clinical.

Every language has it's 'ouch' words.
Some involve swearing, some don't.

If sex wasn't a taboo subject at the time, there would have been no sexual swear-words.
Maybe some form of blasphemy could have formed the basis of swearing.
(There may have been more than enough gods to choose from.)
Maybe PIE *au- was really quite rude and offensive in its day.
blackadder 1 | 122    
12 Sep 2007  #454
please give me proper curse for people who call football ''soccer''.in polish please.thank you very much:)
ghhg    
18 Sep 2007  #455
w pizdu - isn't that some swear word? Please help.
vm500 2 | 39    
18 Sep 2007  #456
Ah, swear words, what an underestimated subject. Considered rude, but, really, a true necessity of life. Don't leave your home without them.

Hey admin since we have you blessing , can we cuss on the postings hehe :)
hepworth - | 2    
18 Sep 2007  #457
so what is

kurda

not sure spelled correctly some one mentioned it was not to offensive
gadzinka    
20 Sep 2007  #459
"shull cleff", when I try to pronounce it brings to my mind "psia krew" which literally means "dogs blod", it's a curse

"yeta" sounds like ending "ęta" or "jęta" which is an ending of adjective in female form, but what word is in the beginning, don't know
wonder    
21 Sep 2007  #460
What does this mean - co ty pierdolisz debilu jebany ??
Ronek 1 | 261    
21 Sep 2007  #461
co ty pierdolisz debilu jebany

What the f*ck are you talking about you f*cking retard?

(thats the translation, I'm not telling you off;P)
Sidewinder 1 | 10    
21 Sep 2007  #462
What does this mean - co ty pierdolisz debilu jebany ??

oops, that sounds veery rude... I think it means smth like "What are you talking about, you, bastard?". But more rude, IMO.
Ronek 1 | 261    
21 Sep 2007  #463
good guess, lol ;)

What the f*ck are you talking about you f*cking retard?

Sidewinder 1 | 10    
21 Sep 2007  #464
lol :)) I can see I understand Polish swear words quite good :) My translation was almost the same :)
2007    
21 Sep 2007  #465
korva in english means fcuk it
polish_kid - | 1    
29 Sep 2007  #466
how do you pronouce the words plz
Hueg - | 320    
29 Sep 2007  #467
fu: as in the f in fun or foot
ck as in the c in carrot or catarrh

it: see sh1t

hth :)
poliseuy34    
1 Oct 2007  #468
Nice i like it my girlferiend tught me the naught way Zussana glocka
sapphire 22 | 1,242    
1 Oct 2007  #469
anybody know of a word that sounds similar to kurwa and is used to express anger or frustration, but is apparantly not as strong as kurwa?
Hmmm 1 | 69    
1 Oct 2007  #470
Bad doggy?
osiol 55 | 3,923    
1 Oct 2007  #471
but is apparantly not as strong as kurwa

kurde?

or

kurczak (Chicken, as in 'Oh sugar!')
Grzegorz_ 52 | 6,181    
1 Oct 2007  #472
anybody know of a word that sounds similar to kurwa and is used to express anger or frustration, but is apparantly not as strong as kurwa?

kurde or kurcze
eve33 - | 5    
1 Oct 2007  #473
nice subject
Babi 4 | 42    
11 Oct 2007  #474
Im trying to work out this text message
it said
Dupek! Kutasie! Ciota! ty Pierdolcv ty Kozi!
(sorry if this is overtly offensive its meaning to me is unknown as such)

I Believe Dupek - a**hole
kutasie - Pr*ck/D*ck/C*ck ?
Ciota????? ciota pedaj - fairy? Does this mean sort of like ponce?
ty pierdolcv - You go F*ck yourself?
Ty kozi - you are a tight corner???? (b*nder?) or you are a goat?

If you can help thanks
x
Wyspianska    
11 Oct 2007  #475
I Believe Dupek - a**hole

yup

kutasie - Pr*ck/D*ck/C*ck ?

ure good ^^

Ciota????? ciota pedaj - fairy? Does this mean sort of like ponce?

nono not pounce. its rather hmmm a boy which is acting like a woman. dont know the word in english. wyssy pus*sy or something

ty pierdolcv - You go F*ck yourself?

nope. its rather something like motherfu*cker

Ty kozi - you are a tight corner???? (b*nder?) or you are a goat?

an adjective from 'goat'
Babi 4 | 42    
11 Oct 2007  #476
yeah wussy would fit!
thank you !!

x
Wyspianska    
11 Oct 2007  #477
yeah wussy :)
no problem

im a master in such words o.O
ask me again if u would need some help
Babi 4 | 42    
11 Oct 2007  #478
Will do Cheers!
zibo - | 55    
11 Oct 2007  #479
Ciota????? ciota pedaj

Ciota, Pedal - wich basically means fag.
Babi 4 | 42    
11 Oct 2007  #480
As In cigerette? :/

edit oh as in an offensive term for someone who is Gay?



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