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100 cursing and cursing in Japanese

In this article we are going to share explanations in Japanese given in the language of Warui Kotoba [悪 い 言葉]. You will learn curses, slang, insults and other bad things in the Japanese language. I hope you like the article.

It should be made clear that the translation of most Japanese explosive devices is not literally offensive. Most of the time, the Japanese offend themselves with pronouns and other words that can be a little harmless to the Portuguese language.

Warui Kotoba - Dirty words in Japanese

In Japan, it is not common to use sexual connotation slang or bad words of this type in public. There are some cases and differences, but the bad words we know here are not commonly used in Japan.

People often mistranslate these bad words and insults into Japanese, making it seem like a particular word corresponds to something immoral or offensive in Portuguese. Hardly any Japanese word will be like this, but it can have the same effect.

We noticed that they have nothing to translate or I remember watching an episode of No Game No Life and the protagonist says: dameda [ダ メ だ] which means useless and the fansub labeled as fucked.

It is worth noting that there are taboo words with sexual connotation, offensive and terrible, but they are not widely used to offend others. Warui Kotoba [悪 い 言葉] is a common term for bad words, but it is not the only or most commonly used term.

Bubetsu - insult - words of contempt

There is a Japanese word called Bubetsu [侮蔑] which can literally be translated as contempt or insult. Different to Warui Kotoba, the word Bubetsu it is not limited to just words or attitudes, but also derogatory feelings and their intention.

Actually, Bubetsu It is a standard term to refer to the many synonyms and phenomenological forms of contempt that we will list below. In addition to profanity, you are already learning the different categories of insults in Japanese:

Many synonyms in Japanese were generated as ideograms were imported and evolved over time. This resulted in the dozen of types of contempt and insults shown above, as well as many synonyms and cursing variations.

In the past, there were Japanese poems and beheadings in the Nara and Heian periods that used the rhetorical technique of the Kanji to insult. Things are not limited to words, some often create hidden puns or use sarcastic misspellings.

Higo - vulgar and derogatory curses

Speaking of bad words or bad words, the expression higo [卑 語] can be used to categorize abusive words that should be avoided in public. Some words are often used in insults, others are very underground (dark).

The words in this category most commonly refer to slang genitals, intercourse, feces, semen, buttocks, breasts, and other related words. You may want to continue reading the article Sexual Words. Here are a few:

Swearing related to genitals

Below are some genital-related words that can be used to offend others in Japanese:

  • Chin Chin [ち ん ち ん] - penis;
  • Kintama [金玉] - balls;
  • stew [ぼ ぼ] - pussy, sex (Kyoto dialect);
  • Ketsu [ケ ツ] - buttocks, buttocks;
  • Ketusnoana [ケ ツ の 穴] - cu;
  • Chikubi [乳 首] - nipples;
  • Oppai [お っ ぱ い] - breasts, breasts;
  • Paipai [ぱ い ぱ い] - breasts, nipples;
  • Oshikko [お し っ こ] - penis;
  • Ochinchin [お ち ん ち ん] - penis;
  • Chinko [ち ん こ] - penis;
  • Chinpo [チ ン ポ] - penis;
  • Pokochin [ポ コ チ ン] - penis;
  • Oppai [お っ ぱ い] - breasts, breasts, breasts;
  • Tamatama [た ま た ま] - testicles;
  • Shortcoming [ま ん こ] - vagina, pussy;

Not all of the above words are derogatory, they can just be slang or terms related to genitals. However, the mere fact of speaking genitals in public depending on your situation can be negligible.

Dirty conversation related to fucking

It is uncommon to use terms in Japanese vocabulary that refer to sex, but there are terms that represent sex, fucking, eating, and the like. The following terms usually mean the same thing:

  • Okasu [犯 す] - Deflower, rape, injure, commit, commit
  • Komasu [こ ま す] - Do, give, eat, fuck;
  • Itekomasu [い て こ ま す] - attack, blow, fuck;
  • Kamawohoru [か ま を ほ る] - Take it in the ass, anal fuck, sodomize;

Curses and dirty words

Below we see some dirty words in Japanese, things like excrement, shit, feces, etc. The following words are the most common, some fall into a different category.

  • Kuso [糞] - Shit, shit;
  • Kusotars [ク ソ タ レ] - Shit shit;
  • Unko [う ん こ] - Shit, Merca, Poo;
  • Shikko [し っ こ] - pee, urine;

Other ways to offend with Higo

It's common in the category too higo We use words that convey a derogatory idea. Words relating to appearance, constitution, function and countless others. Calling people thieves and vagrants also works. higo.

A way to offend people with higo It merges those bad words with other bad words or even the name of the person you are trying to offend. For example: Benimanko, Kintamani and Unkorosai. Some will be seen throughout the article.

Swearing and swearing in Japanese

Now let's see some of these insults and curses in Japanese as well as other words that negatively affect conversation. Most Japanese insults or the like consist of more than one word.

Curse Japanese looks

The list of bad words below relates to the person's appearance:

  • Busu [ブ ス] - Ugly (more common in women);
  • Busaiku [不 細 工] - clumsy, ugly;
  • Ketou [毛 等] - people with different hair colors or people from abroad;
  • Gaki [ガ キ] - Baixinho, Fedelho;
  • Chibi [ち び] - Small, short (often loving);
  • Bakemono [化 け 物] - monster, terrible thing;
  • Debu [デ ブ] - Your pig, dirty, fat;
  • Kitanai [汚 い] - Dirty;
  • Akuma [悪 魔] - demon, evil;
  • Oni [鬼] - ogre;
  • Majyo [魔女] - witch;
  • Obake [お ば け] - monster, ghost, goblin;
  • Deka [デ カ] - Great;
  • Routai [老 体] - old body, old man, elderly;
  • Miira [ミ イ ラ] - mom, carcass;
  • Taikobara [太 鼓腹] - Taiko belly (drum);

Japanese curse of animals

It is common to curse others with animal names to describe a particular look or personality, see some below:

  • Mas a [豚] - pig (used in fat);
  • Kaba [カ バ] - Hippo (related to fat);
  • Zako [雑 魚] - Small fish;
  • Tako [タ コ] - Medroso, Covarde (related to the octopus);
  • Yajyuu [野 獣] - Wild animal, wild animal;
  • Gorira [ゴ リ ラ] - Gorilla (someone wild, violent and large);
  • Saru [さ る] - monkey (attacked person);
  • Koumori [蝙蝠] - bat (opportunistic, coat);
  • A [馬] - horse;

Swear adjectives and characteristics

Below we see some Japanese bad words and curses that are adjectives or have some characteristics of the person, such as occupation, appearance of the animal or manner of the person. Words related to intelligence are excluded.

  • Hentai [変 態] - perverted, perverted, sex-mad person;
  • Boke [ボ ケ] - Lazy, tapir, vagabond;
  • Okama [お か ま] - Viado, Baitola, Boiola, Gay;
  • Kichigai [キ チ ガ イ] - Crazy, retarded, stupid;
  • Kechi [け ち] - Small, cow hand, Murrinha;
  • Dokechi [ど け ち] - Stingy augmentative;
  • Hidoi (i) [酷 い] - Terrible, terrible, bad;
  • Saitei (dayo) [最低] - Smaller, low, terrible, worse, uncomfortable;
  • Yariman [や り ま ん] - prostitute, slut, girl - sleeps with anyone;
  • Debesu [出 べ そ] - protruding navel;
  • Amattare [あ ま っ た れ] - Pampered, dependent, childlike;
  • Gomi [ゴ ミ] - garbage;
  • Yarou [野 郎] - Fedhado, bastard, idiot, asshole;
  • Shounin [小人] - Small, dwarf, narrow-minded child;
  • Piero [ピ エ ロ] - clown;
  • Odokemono [戯 け 者] - idiot, mannequin, clown, cheat;

Offensive to the intelligence of the person in Japanese

There are many insults and swear words related to the person's intelligence. So we decided to formulate them separately (see list below):

  • Baka [馬鹿] - Idiot, stupid, stupid, stupid, clown, silly, stupid and things like that;
  • Otankonasu [お た ん こ な す] - idiot, silly, bird brain;
  • Ahoy [あ ほ] - - Stupid;
  • Kusottare [ク ソ ッ タ レ] - asshole;
  • Manuke [間 抜 け] - nuance of a stupid person, idiot, lagging;
  • Heta (kuso) [下手 糞] - awkward, awkward, useless, useless;
  • Doji [ど じ] error; clumsy; damaged;
  • Bontsuke [ぽ ん つ く] - idiot, stupid;
  • Roba [驢 馬] - donkey, big ass (lit. Bunda);
  • Usagiuma [兎 馬] - donkey, donkey (lit. rabbit + horse);
  • Arokamono [愚 か 者] - fool;
  • Funeke [腑 抜 け] - idiot, coward;
  • Gubetsu [愚 物] - idiot, fool;
  • Eco [お こ] - stupidity;

Insults that are orders and actions

The following words are commands. You instruct the person to take a specific action. Usually these are verbs. Enjoy:

  • Damatte [黙 っ て] Kanji 黙 means silence, be still or be still;
  • Damare [黙 れ] - alternative to Damattecan be used in both extensions yo [よ];
  • Shine [死 ね] - To die;
  • Urusai [う る さ い] - Loud, shut up;
  • Ikke-nai [ne] [い っ け - な い] - Damn, don't fuck (lit. don't go, don't do that);
  • Kusokurae [糞 食 ら え] - fuck it all!
  • Kutabare [く た ば れ] - Get out of here, die, fuck you;
  • Deteike [出 て 行 け] - Get out of here, in short, get out of here;
  • Bakanisuruna [ば か に す る な] - Don't make a fool of me;
  • Hikome [ひ っ こ め] - retire, get out, come back;
  • Namekusatte [な め く さ っ て] - Lick!

Other Japanese attribution

The following Japanese explosive devices did not fit into an earlier category, but are very popular:

  • Konchikushou [こ ん 畜生] - Holy shit, asshole, bastard;
  • Kuzomajime [ク ソ 真面目] - Overly serious, without humor, without grace;
  • Kimochi warui [気 持 ち 悪 い] - Disgusting, awful, disgusting, uncomfortable (literally feeling bad.)
  • Chikushou [畜生] - (It's an expression of revolt over a circumstance) What the hell! What the hell! Look at this shit!
  • Baka Bakashii [馬鹿 馬鹿 し い] - Absurd, ridiculous, madness;
  • Nantehetakuso [な ん て へ た く そ] - What the hell, what the shit;

Remember when! Never learn Japanese by studying individual words. If you are unsure of the order or how to study the Japanese language. We recommend our study guides for learning Japanese.

Obsolete suffixes and prefixes in Japanese

Another way to insult and curse people is to use honor prefixes and suffixes that convey the idea of ​​insult or write-off. They are often used before or after a bad word or even the person's name. A list of these can be found below:

  • Ike [い け] - prefix to strengthen a derogatory adjective;
  • Ikke [い っ け] - the same as ike, stronger;
  • Me [奴] - derogatory suffix for drug and bastard;
  • Kou [公] - suffix that can be derogatory after a name;
  • Suke [す け] - pejorative suffix;
  • Kuso [ク ソ] and Cusars [く さ れ] - Can be used as a shit suffix and prefix;

Of [ど] or Don [ど ん] are also used as a prefix to reinforce an insult. See some examples below:

  • Dobeta [ど 下手] - Very awkward;
  • Doinaka [ど 田 舎] - farmer;
  • Donbyakushou [ど ん 百姓] - Poor farmer;

In addition, we can use prefix levels to write something off: [二級] [下 等] [三 流] [平];

Understanding Japanese explosives

We can see that when translating Japanese insults do not have correct meaning, they can mean several words in Portuguese. We also notice the use of word additions and modifications, as in the case of various forms of insult using the word ば か (baka).

だ よ - Dayo -Few examples have been given here, but many insults end with saying Dayo to confirm, emphasize, and reinforce the insult.Dayo is one of the forms of the verb to be.

The amalgamation of other insults is also used to increase them, as in the case of Baka + Aho / Baka + Yaro / Baka + Mono. It is also possible to use them as a prefix or suffix in names as well.

It is also worth noting that bad words and some insults can be written in katakana, as in the case of バ カ, in addition to being widely used in katakana in manga and books to produce a strong and special effect.

There are also insults that use the term "you" as in the case ofKisama, fear thatmeans you, but depending on your tone of voice or region, this can be a insult.

We also have another article that is about cursing in Japanese anime. In this article, you will learn in detail about the most important words to be heard in anime as Kuso, Uzai, Chikushou, Baka, Aho, Yatsu, Shinee, Debu, Nanda, Temee and other.

Japanese slang

Mendokusai - It means something like: What a bag, how sick, uncomfortable, exhausting, boring, irritating, difficult, problematic, laborious and other. This word can be used in various situations, both to insult and to express irritation.

Mukatsuku - It means annoying! This is Japanese slang that you can use in one sentence or on its own when you want to complain about something or someone that is bothering you!

Kimoi - A short version of "Kimochi Warui“Which means disgusting or disgusting. If something bothers you, a simple "Kimoi!" just show your disgust! This can be used to describe someone's actions or something as well as their looks.

Dasai - It means ugly, lame, or old-fashioned. It can be used to describe appearances and actions. When someone is completely inconsiderate, it can be said that "dasai"And if you are wearing terrible clothes, you can say" dasai "too.

Bimyō [微妙] - It means questionable or unsure. You can use the word bimyō to describe something that is neither good nor bad. However, it is usually used to describe the bad.

Majide - Does it mean something like serious? Truth? "Really?" Expressions like chō or Metcha. If you want to learn more Japanese slang, what do you think about knowing the famous one? Yabai.

Offensive phrases in Japanese

At the end of the article, there are also some sentences, questions and answers that can lead to offense. Note that there are different ways to pronounce such sentences and remember that the following sentences must be pronounced strongly, otherwise they will be normal sentences and not offenses.

Other ways to swear in Japanese

One way to offend is to with metaphorswe can name the person named after objects of little value like garbage, feces, shit and others. It is common for Japanese people to insult with names of animals, fruits and other items that may have distinctive features.

Japanese also like to belittle others by using it Words of honor. Implicitly, we can use good and great words to exaggerate honor that does not fit the scene.

Others use their own Spelling or pronunciation mistakenly on purpose to mix up or generate a sarcastic insult. There are actually thousands of ways to offend people in Japanese. We will update you over time!

Hope you enjoyed this list of curses and swear words in Japanese. We recommend reading our article that talks in detail about one of the most widely used curse words in the Japanese language Article that talks about baka and its real meaning.

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