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Polish Swear Words


starchild 2 | 120    
19 Jan 2008  #631
Still, why would you want to use one swear-word when seven will do?

Lol... there's a funny youtube clip somewhere in cyberspace of a Polish guy ranting at someone on his mobile. He's talking in english but saying kurwa every other word! Makes my Polish friends cry with laughter
z_darius 14 | 3,973    
19 Jan 2008  #632
I don't agree.

check PWN dictionary of the Polish language

although this word is used in a nowadays slang to express awe, when referring to someone else's story.

So after all you agree :)
Bartolome 2 | 1,085    
19 Jan 2008  #633
So after all you agree :)

No, still referring to 'pierdolić'. E.g.:
- 'Jarek się ożenił.' ('Jarek got married')
- 'Pierdolisz !' ('Pierdolisz')

check PWN dictionary of the Polish language

Whatever, but 'napierdalać' as 'talking crap' sounds strange to me.
osiol 55 | 3,923    
19 Jan 2008  #634
'Pierdolisz'

Napierdalać

Co ty pierdolisz?

But which one of you am I saying that to?
The sentence I just put is the one I'd understand if someone said it to me.
z_darius 14 | 3,973    
19 Jan 2008  #635
Let's put it this way (just for illustration purposes):

Bartolome denies what I wrote is true. He keeps on denying, and dyneing, and throwinf examples in and after a while, rather impatiently, I'd say:

Ale facet bzdury napierdalasz.
El Gato 4 | 351    
19 Jan 2008  #636
I think Polish people overall don't swear as much as other nations (e.g.. Americans).

You haven't met my father. He manages to fit every single form of fuck in every other sentence. He's a pretty funny guy. :]
Patrycja19 63 | 2,702    
19 Jan 2008  #637
Maciej wrote:
I think Polish people overall don't swear as much as other nations (e.g.. Americans).

what makes him the bleep expert on bleep bleep bleep *&$%^ Americans ???

lol .
Eurola 4 | 1,911    
20 Jan 2008  #638
Ale facet bzdury napierdalasz.

That's correct, but you could also say 'Co ty pierdolisz?" It is always directed to someone who talks nonsense, or simply denies the obvious.
dfasdf    
20 Jan 2008  #639
its actually spierladja ((sping??))
Bartolome 2 | 1,085    
20 Jan 2008  #640
He keeps on denying, and dyneing

What ? Napierdalaj sobie co chcesz, ale ja to pierdolę.
nikola 3 | 18    
22 Jan 2008  #641
does
'Gon sie'
mean **** you in polish slang?

:)
Bartolome 2 | 1,085    
22 Jan 2008  #642
It's not that strong. It's like 'get lost'.
osiol 55 | 3,923    
22 Jan 2008  #643
'Gon sie'

I have just been told it means something slightly more like 'Flip off'.
Either that or my questions about swearing are becoming somewhat tiresome and this is the best response my 'teacher' can be bothered to give.
nikola 3 | 18    
22 Jan 2008  #644
Okay thank you :D
osiol 55 | 3,923    
22 Jan 2008  #645
Okay

I must add that I censored myself there. I'm sure you realise I was thinking of another 4-letter word beginning with F.
nikola 3 | 18    
22 Jan 2008  #646
Yes, got that ;D haha.
Sly :p
RJ_cdn - | 267    
22 Jan 2008  #647
'Gon sie'

If it is "Goń się" then it means "to race"
nikola 3 | 18    
22 Jan 2008  #648
I dont think that was what he meant haha.
I had 'pierdol sie!' in my msn screename
and my polski friend Seba asked me who it was to.
So i changed it to 'Pierdol sie seba... :p'
so he replied with 'Gon sie :p'
Lol :)
RJ_cdn - | 267    
22 Jan 2008  #649
I dont think that was what he meant haha.

Well, I guess I have to polish my Polish, lol
nikola 3 | 18    
22 Jan 2008  #650
haha
i think you may be right
but used in slang terms it's.. as above :p lol.

'Source Text
Goń się

Translation
Chase one another'
porteñit a    
23 Jan 2008  #651
Can anyone tell me what "Tak sn szjebana da grem" means? Thanks!! :)
krysia 23 | 3,059    
23 Jan 2008  #652
"Tak sn szjebana da grem"

Either there are letters missing or it's not Polish
addz93 3 | 22    
27 Jan 2008  #653
Thread attached on merging:
Polish swear words anyone?

I'm looking for some polish swear words!
ggbaby    
28 Jan 2008  #654
pedziki

what does pedziki boy mean???

hellooooo yea i really want to know lol
Seanus 15 | 19,742    
29 Jan 2008  #655
Pedał is gay so I guess it's related to that.
osiol 55 | 3,923    
29 Jan 2008  #656
I'm looking for some polish swear words!

What? The last thing you wanted was some nice words to say to a girl.
If you want Polish swear-words, listen to Polish people.
It only takes a few seconds before someone says 'Kurwa jebana pizdu!' (Do not repeat this - she might not like it).
At work we have two Poles at the moment, they swear all the time.
krazy krawiec 4 | 27    
30 Jan 2008  #657
Cześć!! Can any one tell me what dymaj się means?? Im an english girl with Polish heritage looking to learn the finer points of the Polish language... dzien kuje!!
JustysiaS 13 | 2,241    
30 Jan 2008  #658
dymaj się

lol that would be something like 'blow yourself' or 'have a wank'. you can make a very fine point with it indeed! ;)
English Only !    
1 Feb 2008  #659
Does anybody know what this means ...I will spell phonetically...Holeda Yas no Ja Chookie (like cookie). I think it may have been a curse of sorts. I think that is what my mother told me. She used it when she was mad at us! Also what is up with dog's blood ? Why would you pronounce that on your own child?
paczka 1 | 63    
8 Feb 2008  #660
The first word is definately Cholera - something like bloody hell



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