You know what “swearing” is like in Japanese, right? Do you think Japanese people swear like you do? Do you want to know how the Japanese “swear”?
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Japanese swear words:
馬 鹿野 郎 ば か や ろ う = Baka yarou Idiot!
こ の 野 郎! こ ん や ろ う！ = Kono yarou / Kon yarou This dog! For example: わ か ら な い か 、 こ の や ろ う！ = You don’t understand, damn it!
見 え な い か こ の や ろ う！ Mienai ka, kono yarou! = You are blind, this guy!
こ い つ！ Koitsu = This guy!
く そ っ た れ 糞 っ 垂 れ = Kusottare This old * ‘t!
く そ が き く そ 餓鬼 = Kusogaki The kid! Kuso is like the above, gaki is just “child, kid”, here Kusogaki is the kind of child who still pisses. Gaki is a word of Buddhist origin, which is 餓鬼 (DELICIOUS), meaning “Hungry”, only children eat anything.
畜生 ち く し ょ う = Chikushou! Dead dog!畜生 means “SOURCE”.
こ ん ち く し ょ う！ Kon chikushou! What the fuck!
“Kon” is fast speaking, speaking in the tone of “Kono”.
カ ス！ Kasu! Scum Kasu (糟) literally means “residue” in Japanese, for example 酒 カ ス Sake kasu means “wine residue”.
く ず！ Kuzu! You trash! Kuzu (屑) in Japanese means debris, for example 切 り 屑 Kirikuzu means “sawdust”, shavings made by shavings.
オ カ マ！ Okama, homosexuals! This is a word that disparages gay men. If people know your gender, they can swirl in it even if you don’t have anything bad.
情 け な い！Nasakenai! Poor! This is how to curse in the sense that you are pitiful, cursing by lowering your dignity. “Nasake” means “kindness, human love”, “Nasake-nai” means that you do not receive any kindness from anyone, or be very pitiful. This word also has a good meaning for expressing sympathy in the face of a tragedy.
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相 手 さ れ な い Aite sarenai No one will accept!
お 前 は 相 手 さ れ な い よ Omae wa aite sarenai yo = No one will accept you! This sentence is to curse into pity. “Aite” means the opponent, opponent, who is talking, “aite sarenai” means that no one considers you to be the person talking to them.
Cursing “Die”: The heaviestThe heaviest curse in Japanese is “You die!” as below:
死 ねShine! / 死 ね よ！ Shineyo! / 死 ね や！ Shine ya! You die!
Note, the heaviest curse in American is “Loser!” (That is “Failure / Poor thing”) because American culture values individual achievements, so “poor” (loser) is considered a highly insulting word. Japanese culture is not like that, Japanese culture attaches great importance to collectivism and harmony, so if you curse someone “Die”, that person is really hateful and not part of the collective. Japanese also has words for “Failure / Poor”, that is:
負 け 犬 Makeinu The loser, the inferior. Makeinu means “loser dog”, meaning that the dog lost the fight and ran away. In Japanese, there is a saying that 負 け 犬 の 遠 吠 え Makeinu no tooboe = “The dog barking from a distance”, that is, if we lose, we just dare to stand from afar and bark, but dare not approach.
Another way of saying “You die” is:地獄 に 行 け！ Jigoku ni ike! Go to hell! JIGOKU Hell is something people still scare each other in life, even though it is not real. This kind of intimidation really doesn’t work very well because people’s perceptions of right and wrong are often different. You scare others like that and they can scare you back.
Cursing at a vile is also quite an effective curse, in Japanese it is usually:
こ の 腰 抜 け！Kono koshinuke! You coward! In English is “You coward!” or “You chiken-hearted”. Also cursing is: 未 練 な 奴 Miren na yatsu = The coward! 卑怯 な 奴 Hikyou na yatsu = The coward!
未 練Miren (TRAINING) is just not getting used to, not being good at war.卑怯 Hikyou is dreaded. ”Yatsu” is “the guy, the guy,” that can be used in a variety of contexts. Its kanji is 奴 NÔ (in “slave”). You should remember this word.
Get out, change Another form of swearing is “Go away”:
消 え ろ！ Kiero! Get out! Or more powerful: 永遠 に 消 え ろ よ！ Eien ni kiero yo! Just disappear forever!
出 て 行 け！Dete ike! Get out of here!
こ の 間 抜 け ！ Kono manuke! This crazy guy! People can even use the otaku (love of animation and manga) to curse you: bạn た く! Otaku!
One of the most common insults is:
変 な 奴 ！ Henna yatsu! Geezer!
へ た く そ！ Hetakuso! Poor!
青 二 才 – あ お に さ い – Aonisai- A preterm child
青 二 才 奴 ！ Aonisai yatsu! Young man immature!
Swearing “stupid” is similar to cursing “poor”:
馬鹿 Baka Stupid!
阿呆 / あ ほ う Ahou! Fools!
ば か み た いBakamitai Stupid!
子 供 み た い！ Kodomo mitai! Like a child!
Soft swearing can sometimes be deep, for example:
君 の 論文 は 子 供 み た い な 実 験 だ。 Kimi no rombun wa kodomo mitai na jikken da. Your thesis is like a childish experiment.
Of course, when people swear, people usually say you, me, but few people speak politely. The person confesses when cursing often as follows: Ore = Tao Omae = You Omaera = You Ome, Omera = Omae’s short, Omaera Teme = You (say “Temae”) Temera = You guys
But sometimes people use historical forms to swear at each other:
あ な た は 何 様 で す か？Anata wa nanisama desu ka? How is he a gentleman?
あ な た は 何 様 だ と 思 い ま す か？Anata wa nanisama da to omoimasu ka? Which gentleman do you think you are?
一体 何 様 な ん だ？Ittai nanisama nanda? What the hell is a gentleman?
Curse the shape
This usually applies to women, since women are most often the way they look.
デ ブ！Debu! As fat as a pig! Debu can be said to be an insult, aimed at overweight people.
婆！Tortoise! Old woman!
不 細 工！Busaiku! Ugly! Busaiku can be abbreviated as ブ サ Busa or ブ ス Busu. “Busu onna” means “ugly girl”. There is also a type that combines Debu and Busu into デ ブ ス Debusu and the humiliation effect is even higher. If used with a man, it becomes ぶ お と こ Buotoko (bad guy) or ゲ ス Gesu.
Show attitude or express emotions
It is important in life that you show your attitude and express your emotions. ほ っ と お け！ Hotto oke! Or: ほ っ と け！ Hottoke! (Short form of Hotto oke) Leave me alone! More polite is ほ っ と お い て！ Leave me alone. It can be said as “Hotto oke yo”, which is more imperative to “yo”, which means “Leave me alone!”. To understand “yo”, you can read Japanese Speaking Language.
勘 弁 し て く れKanben shite kure
勘 弁 し て く れ よKanben shite kure yo Leave me alone! Do not disturb me! Kanben means “understand”, here it is “Understand my situation and stop bothering me”.
To express emotions, like Vietnamese, Japanese also uses specialized words:
頭 に 来 て い る よAtama ni kite iru yo I’m pissed off here.
腹 が 立 つHara ga tatsu Guts (mad)
ふ ざ け ん なFuzaken na /ふ ざ け る なFuzakeru na Don’t joke around with me!
な め る なNameru na -Do not insult me!
Do you see that the above “swear words” are correct? Please note to use when necessary, remember to use only when necessary. It’s refreshing to be “sweary”, but it’s also so luxurious. Comment on other “swear words” so we can study together.
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