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  • #346292

    Anonymous

    Hello guys. Can you tell me all synonyms for the word in question in your languages (especially dialect words)?
    I've found 28 bulgarian variations:

    udryam
    biya
    pliushta
    perkam
    lupam
    frasfam
    pumparya
    halosvam
    shlyapam
    plyaskam
    tryskam
    gurbya
    karvam
    jasfam
    punvam
    manem
    klopam
    blaskam
    dumkam
    shibam
    chatkam
    bahtya
    hlasvam
    chukam
    buham
    tepam
    tsapvam

    #427132

    Anonymous

    I ll give some infinitives in czech, which I know, (maybe there is more).

    udryam………..udeřit
    biya……………bít
    pliushta………..plískat
    perkam
    lupam…………..lupat
    frasfam
    pumparya
    halosvam
    shlyapam
    plyaskam………..plískat
    tryskam………..(tryskat)
    gurbya
    karvam
    jasfam
    punvam
    manem
    klopam………klepat
    blaskam
    dumkam
    shibam………šibat
    chatkam
    bahtya
    hlasvam
    chukam
    buham………bouchat
    tepam………tepat
    tsapvam

    #427133

    Anonymous

    Thank you! I think that 'lupam' is one of the oldest (because is present in the sanskrit), but who knows.

    #427134

    Anonymous

    I'll simply write all the Slovene words for beating, punching etc. I remeber. Both Standard and non Standard.

    tepsti
    udariti
    lopniti
    vsekati
    žvajzniti
    kresniti
    lamati
    udrihati
    butati

    Other's will probably know more.

    #427135

    Anonymous

    Ok, I will do it in a way Stajerc practised.

    bić
    uderzać
    tłuc
    lać
    przypierdolić
    zajebać
    skopać dupę
    pizdnąć

    We have more of course, but these are most common.

    #427136

    Anonymous
    Quote:
    Ok, I will do it in a way Stajerc practised.

    bić
    uderzać
    tłuc
    lać
    przypierdolić
    zajebać
    skopać dupę
    pizdnąć

    We have more of course, but these are most common.

    Seriously?! ;D ;D ;D

    Oh, and I just remembered

    tolči
    biti
    nahoblati (very dialectual, never to be used in standard language)

    #427137

    Anonymous

    A lot of those can be used as euphemisms for sexual intercourse.

    #427138

    Anonymous
    Quote:
    Seriously?! ;D ;D ;D

    Yeah, these are used even more often ^_^

    #427139

    Anonymous
    Quote:
    Yeah, these are used even more often ^_^

    here such similar words would mean the following:

    zajebati – to fuck up
    dupe (in Ser-Cro language, not Slovenian, but we all understand it) – ass
    well, I guess you know what "pizda" means, so …

    #427140

    Anonymous

    To fuck up in Poland is:
    – zjebać
    – spierdolić

    I know what "pizda" means. But in those cases it seems to have different meaning :)

    #427141

    Anonymous
    Quote:
    To **** up in Poland is:
    – zjebać
    – spierdolić

    I know what "pizda" means. But in those cases it seems to have different meaning :)

    hmm, zjebati would mean here to "screw somebody up", even to beat him up.

    #427142

    Anonymous

    Ебем ти заеби :D

    #427143

    Anonymous
    Quote:
    Ебем ти заеби :D

    To sploh gre, zajebo jebat?

    #427144

    Anonymous
    Quote:
    To sploh gre, zajebo jebat?

    It can mean pretty much anything. For use cases:
    https://encrypted.google.com/search?hl=en&q=%D0%B5%D0%B1%D0%B5%D0%BC%20%D1%82%D0%B8%20%D0%B7%D0%B0%D0%B5%D0%B1%D0%B8
    About 42,300 results (0.14 seconds)

    #427145

    Anonymous
    Quote:
    It can mean pretty much anything. For use cases:
    https://encrypted.google.com/search?hl=en&q=%D0%B5%D0%B1%D0%B5%D0%BC%20%D1%82%D0%B8%20%D0%B7%D0%B0%D0%B5%D0%B1%D0%B8
    About 42,300 results (0.14 seconds)

    Nah, I'm asking because it would sound unlogical here. Perhaps jebemti [something] da ti jebem, that's just fine.

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