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what is the cuss of japanes?

bijo akuma
Asked 7 years ago

what are THOSE cuss in japanese? u know, i think i just wanna know it because what if someone cuss you ...

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There are not exactly cuss words used in Japanese langauge. In order to insult someone using foul langauge, basically you just have to say things that are really rude and informal. For example when you want to tell someone "Go to hell", you would probably say "死ぬ” which when given a literal translation actually just means "Go die.". It sounds starange but once you study a little Japanese slang, I think you'll know when you are being insulted regardless. If you want to study a little slang and can't be in Japan to practice with natural speakers, I recommend reading "Dirty Japanese: Everyday Slang from "What's Up?" to "F*%# Off!" by Matt Fargo. 

strawberrychild
Answered 7 years ago

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Actually, 死ぬ is just the verb for 'to die.' More often than not people will say 死ね, which is slang and a VERY informal way of telling someone to die. But, yes, Japanese people don't really cuss, they just have informal rude things they could say. But, that doesn't mean that they don't have cuss words. I just don't think it's appropriate to be teaching cuss words on a learning site.

ふぇる
Answered 7 years ago