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Amerikë
proper noun: {{sq-proper noun}}
  1. America
  2. (colloquial) United States
bar
etymology 1 From Proto-Albanian *bara, from Proto-Indo-European *bʰerH- (compare Greek φάρμακον 〈phármakon〉 ‘drug, medicine’, Lithuanain bùrti ‘to conjure’).D.Q. Adams, "Heal: *bher-", in ''Encyclopedia of Indo-European Culture'' (London: Fitzroy-Dearborn, 1997), 262. Alternatively from Proto-Indo-European *bʰars- ‘spike, prickle’ (compare Old Norse barr, Welsh bara ‘bread’, Latin far ‘spelt’, Serbo-Croatian scCyrl/brȁšno. Alternative forms: barë (neuter; Tosk)
noun: {{sq-noun}}
  1. grass plant
  2. herb, herbaceous plant
  3. (colloquial) spice
  4. medicine, medication, medicinal plant
  5. (figurative, colloquial) cure, palliative, solution
etymology 2 from Proto-Albanian *bara, from *bera 'to carry' (modern bie). More at bie. Alternative forms: mbar
verb: {{sq-verb}}
  1. to carry (away), bear, endure
related terms:
  • mbar, mbaj, bie
bëllogxhi {{slim-wikipedia}} pronunciation
  • /bəɫɔ̯ɡˈd͡ʒiː/
etymology English blog + -xhi suffix (from Turkish -cı). A pun intended to resemble Albanian bërllogxhi (binman, garbage collector).
noun: {{sq-noun}}
  1. (informal) pej. blogger, mostly in a derogatory sense
bërdhog {{slim-wikipedia}} pronunciation
  • /bəɾˈðɔ̯ɡ/
noun: {{sq-noun}}
  1. (informal) trash, garbage (Chiefly Kosovo Albanian.)
Synonyms: sq, sq, sq
bërllog {{slim-wikipedia}} pronunciation
  • /bəɾˈɫɔ̯ɡ/
noun: {{sq-noun}}
  1. (informal) trash, garbage (Chiefly Kosovo Albanian.)
Synonyms: sq, sq, sq
bërllogxhi {{slim-wikipedia}} pronunciation
  • /bəɾɫɔ̯ɡˈd͡ʒi/
noun: {{sq-noun}}
  1. (informal) binman, garbage collector (Chiefly Kosovo Albanian.)
besë etymology From Proto-Albanian *baitši, from *baidā (modern be). More at be.
noun: {{sq-noun}}
  1. pledge, word of honor
  2. (old) vow to avenge a murder
  3. (old) protection during a truce or when hosted as a guest, aegis
  4. (colloquial) religious faith, creed
related terms:
  • be
bushtër Alternative forms: buç, buçe, boshtër etymology A derivative of bush 'monster', from Proto-Indo-European *bʰuH- 'to grow', originally meaning 'to be wild'.
noun: {{sq-noun}}
  1. female dog, bitch
  2. (vulgar) whore, slut, tramp
Synonyms: horrë, kurvë
related terms:
  • bushtrëz
related terms:
  • bisht
  • bush
bythë etymology From Proto-Albanian *būtsā, or Proto-Albanian *būðā, from Proto-Indo-European *bʰudʰ-mn 'bottom'. Cognate to Sanskrit बुध्न 〈budhna〉, Ancient Greek πυθμήν 〈pythmḗn〉, and Old English botm (English bottom). pronunciation
  • /byθə/, [byːθ]
noun: {{sq-noun}}
  1. (slang) ass, butt
bythëjashtë etymology bythë ‘ass’ + jashtë ‘out’
adjective: {{head}}
  1. (slang) naked, bare-assed
bythëqirë etymology bythë + qirë
noun: {{sq-noun}}
  1. (vulgar slang) buttfucker
  2. (vulgar slang) faggot
derdh etymology From Old Albanian dardh, from Proto-Albanian *darda, from Proto-Indo-European *dard- (compare Lithuanian dardeti ‘to rattle’, Welsh gogodyrddu ‘to mumble’).
verb: {{sq-verb}}
  1. to pour out, spill
  2. to cast (metals)
  3. to deposit (money), pay in, contribute
  4. (colloquial) to spend lavishly
dhjes etymology From Proto-Albanian *dzetša, from earlier *dzedtja, from Proto-Indo-European *ǵʰed-i̯e/o- (compare Greek χέζω 〈chézō〉, Sanskrit हदति 〈hadati〉). pronunciation
  • /ðjɛs/
verb: {{sq-verb}}
  1. (vulgar) I shit
dynja
noun: {{sq-noun}}
  1. (colloquial) world
fëmijaqëri etymology From sq + fëmijaq + -ëri. Used by .http://politiko.net/vv-deklarime-femijerore/
noun: {{sq-noun}}
  1. childishness
fryfq {{slim-wikipedia}} etymology From fryhem. pronunciation
  • /frʏft͡ɕ/
noun: {{sq-noun}}
  1. (informal, pejorative, chiefly, Kosovo) bragger
Synonyms: mburracak
fyell etymology From Proto-Albanian *spāli, from Proto-Indo-European *spel- (compare Greek σπήλαιο 〈spḗlaio〉 ‘cave, cavern’).
noun: {{sq-noun}}
  1. flute, fife, shepherd's pipe
  2. blowpipe (of bagpipes)
  3. (colloquial, anatomy) long articulated bone
Synonyms: flaut, feje, fluer
related terms:
  • fell
gërbulë etymology From gërbë; related to Lithuanian garbùlis. More at gërbëA Concise Historical Grammar of the Albanian Language, V.Orel, Koninklijke Brill ,Leiden 2000, p.113.
noun: {{sq-noun}}
  1. (disease) leprosy
  2. (colloquial) nonsense, poppycock
Synonyms: leprosy: lebër
related terms:
  • gërbë, garbë, gërvish
gisht Alternative forms: gjisht (Tosk), glisht (South Tosk, Arvanitic), plural: gishtëra, gishtërinj, gishtëna (Gheg), glishtëra (Arvanitic) etymology From older and dialectal glisht, from Proto-Albanian *glista, from Proto-Indo-European *gʷelH- 'to sting' (compare German Kiel ‘quill’, Lithuanian gãlas ‘end, tip’, Greek βελόνα 〈belóna〉 ‘needle’).
noun: {{sq-noun}}
  1. finger
  2. (technical) pawl (for a ratchet wheel)
  3. (colloquial) fingerwidth, small amount
gop etymology From Proto-Albanian *gāupā, from Proto-Indo-European *geupeh₂ 〈*geupeh₂〉 (compare English cove, obsolete Polish żupa ‘mine’, Ancient Greek γύπη 〈gýpē〉 ‘cave’).
noun: {{sq-noun}}
  1. (obscene, anatomy) pussy, cunt
Synonyms: vagjinë, vulvë
hu Alternative forms: Gheg:
  • indef. sg. huni
  • def. pl. hûj
, indef. sg. huni, def. pl. hûj
etymology From Proto-Albanian *skuna, from *skun-o- (compare Norwegian/Faroese skon ‘snout’), from Proto-Indo-European *skeud-.Adam Hyllested, “Albanian ''hundë'' ‘nose’ and Faroese, SW Norwegian ''skon'' ‘snout’”, in ''Proceedings of the 23rd Annual UCLA Indo-European Conference'' (Bremen: Hempen, 2012), 73-81. More at hedh.
noun: {{sq-noun}}
  1. wooden post, fencepost
  2. stake, picket
  3. pole, stilt
  4. (colloquial) penis
related terms:
  • hundë
hundë etymology Originally ‘snout’, from Proto-Albanian *skuntā, from *skuna ‘stake, pole’ (modern hu), close to Germanic *skuna, *skunō (compare Faroese skon, Norwegian skut).Vladimir Orel, ''Albanian Etymological Dictionary'' (Leiden: Brill, 1998), 152.Adam Hyllested, “Albanian ''hundë'' ‘nose’ and Faroese, SW Norwegian ''skon'' ‘snout’”, in ''Proceedings of the 23rd Annual UCLA Indo-European Conference'' (Bremen: Hempen, 2012), 73-81. More at hu.
noun: {{sq-noun}}
  1. nose
  2. tapered protrusion; ship's prow, promontory
  3. (colloquial) spout
  4. (geography) cape, promontory, point
related terms:
  • hu
ikur pronunciation
  • /ˈikuɾ/, [ˈikuɹ]
participle: {{sq-part}}
  1. participle of iki
    1. escaped; fugitive; refugee
    2. (colloquial) crazy, deranged, loony
këlysh Alternative forms: këlush, kulish, kulush, kulysh etymology From *kul + diminutive -ysh, from Proto-Indo-European *(s)koli (compare Lithuanian skalìkas ‘hound’, Greek σκύλα 〈skýla〉 ‘female dog’).
noun: {{sq-noun}}
  1. animal young, baby animal (of a guadruped mammal)
  2. (pejorative) child of despicable parents
  3. (insult) young sprout, offshoot
  4. small pustule that forms around an abscess
  5. branch of a waterway or canal
koqe pronunciation
  • [ˈkɔcɕɛ]
noun: {{head}}
  1. ball
  2. (vulgar, usually plural) testicle; ball, nut Koqet e mia përplasnin zhurmshëm pas bythës së tij. My balls smacked noisily on his ass.
Synonyms: (testicle) herdhe, bole, testikul, tope
kthehem pronunciation
  • [ˈkθɛhɛm]
verb: {{sq-verb}}
  1. (intransitive) to turn; to turn over
  2. to return, to go back
  3. (colloquial) to change
  4. (colloquial) to translate
related terms:
  • kthej
kthej pronunciation
  • [kθɛj]
etymology Prefixed derivative of thyej ‘to breach, break’.
verb: {{sq-verb}}
  1. (transitive) to turn; to turn over
  2. (colloquial) to change
  3. (colloquial) to translate
related terms:
  • kthehem
kuçkë etymology From kuç + -.
noun: {{sq-noun}}
  1. female dog, bitch
  2. (vulgar) slut, whore, bitch
related terms:
  • kuç, gucë
kureshtar
adjective: {{sq-adj}}
  1. curious
  2. inquisitive
  3. (pejorative) snoopy
kurvë etymology From a Southern Slavic language; compare Common Slavic *kury.
noun: {{sq-noun}}
  1. prostitute, hooker, call girl
  2. (vulgar) whore, slut, tramp
lag
etymology 1 From Proto-Albanian *lauga, from Proto-Indo-European *loug- (compare Old Norse laug, Latvian luga ‘marshy deposit, silt’, Serbo-Croatian lȕža ‘puddle, pool’).
verb: {{sq-verb}}
  1. to wet, moisten
  2. (colloquial) to water
  3. (geography) to wash land (of a body of water)
etymology 2 From Proto-Albanian *lag-, from Proto-Indo-European *legh- 'to lay, lie (down)'. Cognate to Ancient Greek λόχος 〈lóchos〉, Gothic 𐌻𐌰𐌲𐌾𐌰𐌽 〈𐌻𐌰𐌲𐌾𐌰𐌽〉. Singular form of lagje.
noun: {{sq-noun}}
  1. troop, band, encampment
related terms:
  • lagje
  • log
lëng etymology From Proto-Albanian *(u)la-n-g-, from Proto-Indo-European *uelHg- 'wet, moist', with metathesis. Cognate to Russian волóга 〈vológa〉. pronunciation
  • [ləŋ]
noun: {{sq-noun}}
  1. juice
  2. fluid, liquid
  3. (slang) semen, cum, jizz
Synonyms: (semen) spermë
llahtarshëm pronunciation
  • [ɫaˈtaɹʃm̩]
adjective: {{sq-adj-3}}
  1. (colloquial) terrifying
makth
etymology 1 Diminutive of mak ‘opium poppy’. Alternative forms: mokth, mâkth (Gheg)
noun: {{sq-noun}}
  1. {{vern}}, melilot (Melilotus)
  2. St John's wort (Hypericum perforatum)
etymology 2 From variant mangth, diminutive of mang ‘animal young, cub’. Alternative forms: mangth, mekth
noun: {{sq-noun}}
  1. leveret, young rabbit
Synonyms: lepurush
related terms:
  • mang
etymology 3 Diminutive of makë ‘scum’.
noun: {{sq-noun}}
  1. placenta; afterbirth
Synonyms: makrosë
etymology 4 From variant mankth, from intensive prefix - + ankth. More at ankth. Alternative forms: mankth, mangth
noun: {{sq-noun}}
  1. (folklore) bogeyman who comes at night to steal a person's spirit
  2. (colloquial) nightmare
related terms:
  • ang, ankth
mbush etymology From Old Albanian ëmbush, from Proto-Albanian *en-busa,Vladimir Orel, ''Albanian Etymological Dictionary'' (Leiden: Brill, 2003), 253. from Proto-Indo-European *bu-n-s-, nasalized weak stem of *beus- ‘to blow up, puff out, swell’ (compare Ancient Greek βυνέω 〈bynéō〉 ‘to stuff’, Old High German pfoso ‘bag’).Stefan Schumacher & Joachim Matzinger, ''Die Verben des Altalbanischen: Belegwörterbuch, Vorgeschichte und Etymologie'' (Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz Verlag, 2013), 234, 982.
noun: {{sq-verb}}
  1. to fill, stuff
  2. to replenish
  3. to load a gun
  4. to complete a period of time
  5. to backfill (a plant) to protect the roots
  6. (colloquial) to fulfill, comply with, satisfy
mbyll pronunciation
  • [mbyɫ]
etymology From Proto-Albanian *ambi-wēla, from Proto-Indo-European *wel- ‘to press together’. More at ul.
verb: {{sq-verb}}
  1. to close, shut, seal Mbylla sytë e u përgjuma. I closed my eyes and fell asleep.
  2. to put a lid on, close off, stop up
  3. to conclude, put an end to, turn off
  4. (colloquial) to put away for safekeeping
related terms:
  • ul
  • mbuloj
mirësevjen {{phrasebook}} Alternative forms: mirë se vjen
interjection: {{head}}
  1. (informal) welcome
mirë se vjen {{phrasebook}} Alternative forms: mirësevjen
interjection: {{head}}
  1. (informal) welcome
mizë Alternative forms: myzë etymology From Old Albanian miize, enlarged with -, from Proto-Albanian *mūjā, from Proto-Indo-European *muH- (compare English midge), variant of *mus- (compare Ancient Greek μυι̃α 〈myĩa〉, Serbo-Croatian muva). A comparison with Old High German mīza, Old English mite, Latin minor is also possible.
noun: {{sq-noun}}
  1. fly
  2. (colloquial) runt
  3. (colloquial) weak or insignificant person
hyponyms:
  • mizë bletë, mizë e bukur, mizë mjalti ‘bee’
  • mizë dhensh{{vern}}’ (Melophagus ovinus)
  • mizë dheu, mizë përdhecke, mizë përdhese, mizë toke, mizë trolli (Gheg) ‘ant’
  • mizë e farave{{vern}}, {{vern}}’ ({{taxlink}})
  • mizë grurigrain weevil
  • mizë hesen{{vern}}’ ({{taxlink}})
  • mizë kalihorsefly, forest fly, {{vern}}
  • mizë e lakrës{{vern}}’ ({{taxlink}})
  • mizë e mesdheutMediterranean fruit fly’ ({{taxlink}})
  • mizë e panxharit{{vern}}’ ({{taxlink}})
  • mizë pashkeladybug
  • mizëplakëqueen bee
  • mizë e qepësonion fly’ ({{taxlink}})
  • mizë e qershisëfruit fly’ ({{taxlink}})
  • mizë suedezefrit fly’ ({{taxlink}})
  • mizë e ullirit{{vern}}’ ({{taxlink}} <= {{taxlink}})
mut etymology Either from Proto-Albanian *mukta (compare Sanskrit मुक्त 〈mukta〉) or from Proto-Albanian *mut, from Proto-Indo-European *meu 'wet; dirt; to wash'. Compare Armenian մութ 〈mutʻ〉, Middle Low German modder, English mud. pronunciation
  • /mut/
noun: {{sq-noun}}
  1. (vulgar) shit
Synonyms: feçe (standard), kakë (less vulgar)
ngre Alternative forms: ngredh, ngreh etymology From Proto-Albanian *̊kre(i/h)-, from Proto-Indo-European *ḱerh1- 〈*ḱerh1-〉, *ḱreh1- 〈*ḱreh1-〉 'to grow (up)'. Cognate to Latin cresco, creo.
verb: {{sq-verb}}
  1. I raise, I elevate, I lift
  2. I erect
  3. I wake
  4. (colloquial) I arouse I cause to have an erection
related terms:
  • ngrihem
nub etymology From English newbie.
noun: {{sq-noun}}
  1. (slang, chiefly, Kosovo) newbie, amateur
Synonyms: amator, axhami
nxehtësi etymology nxehtë + si pronunciation
  • /ndze(h)t(ə)ˈsi/
noun: {{sq-noun}}
  1. heat, hotness
  2. (colloquial) heat, a emotionally heated situation
antonyms:
  • ftohtësi
palloj pronunciation
  • [paˈɫɔj]
verb: {{sq-verb}}
  1. I beat
  2. (slang) I fuck
related terms:
  • pallohem
përmutem
verb: {{sq-verb}}
  1. (vulgar) I shit myself, I shit my pants
related terms:
  • mut
pidh etymology From Proto-Albanian *piϑ- 〈*pith-〉, from Proto-Indo-European *písdeh₂ 〈*písdeh₂〉 'pudenda'. Cognate to Lithuanian pyzdà and Russian пизда 〈pizda〉.
noun: pidh {{g}}
  1. (vulgar) cunt, vagina
Synonyms: piçkë, pill
prapanicë etymology From the preposition prapa pronunciation
  • /pɾapaˈnitsə/, [pɾapaˈniːts]
noun: {{sq-noun}}
  1. (colloquial, anatomy) buttock
Synonyms: (buttocks) bythë, mollaqe, sumë
pshurr pronunciation
  • [pʃur]
verb: {{sq-verb}}
  1. (slang) I piss, I pee
Synonyms: urinoj, shurroj
qese
noun: {{sq-noun}}
  1. bag
  2. (colloquial) balls, testicles, scrotum
qirje
noun: {{sq-noun}}
  1. (vulgar) a fuck; fucking Dua të bëj një qirje e fortë me ty. I want to have hard sex with you. (A more literal, but rough translation might be "I want to do a hard fuck with you".)
quzë etymology From Serbo-Croatian ćuza, from Italian chiuso.
noun: {{sq-noun}}
  1. (slang, chiefly, Kosovo) prison, slammer
Synonyms: burg, haps, hapsane
qylaxhi pronunciation
  • /cɕylaˈdʒi/
noun: {{sq-noun}}
  1. (colloquial, pejorative) freeloader, sponge
qysh je {{phrasebook}}
phrase: {{sq-phrase}}
  1. (informal) how are you?
relaksohem pronunciation
  • [ɾɛlaˈksɔhɛm]
verb: {{sq-verb}}
  1. (colloquial) I relax
shkërdhyeshëm etymology shkërdhej + shëm
adjective: {{sq-adj-3}}
  1. (vulgar) fuckable
shpif etymology Gheg variant of Old Tosk (Budi) çpih, from Proto-Albanian dis- and *pīska, from Proto-Indo-European *pih₁-sḱe/o- 〈*pih₁-sḱe/o-〉, from *peh₁-i- 〈*peh₁-i-〉 ‘to taunt’ (compare Old English feon ‘to hate’, Sanskrit trpī́yati ‘scorns, blames’).Stefan Schumacher & Joachim Matzinger, ''Die Verben des Altalbanischen: Belegwörterbuch, Vorgeschichte und Etymologie'' (Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz Verlag, 2013), 997. pronunciation
  • /ʃpif/
verb: {{sq-verb}}
  1. to slander, defame
  2. to lie, say false things
  3. (colloquial) to make up, fabricate
Synonyms: (to insult) ofendoj, fyej
antonyms:
  • (to insult) lavdëroj, përhiroj
shtalb Alternative forms: shtalp etymology From Proto-Albanian *stalpa,Vladimir Orel, ''Albanian Etymological Dictionary'' (Leiden: Brill, 1998), 435-6. from *stela (modern shtjell).Bardhyl Demiraj, ''Albanische Etymologien'' (Amsterdam - Atlanta: Rodopoi, 1997), 376. More at shtjell.
noun: {{sq-noun}}
  1. wheat or corn whose grain is still milky
  2. rennet
  3. (colloquial) semen
shtalp Alternative forms: shtalb etymology From Proto-Albanian *stalpa,Vladimir Orel, ''Albanian Etymological Dictionary'' (Leiden: Brill, 1998), 435-6. from *stela (modern shtjell), cognate to Middle Low German stalpen.Bardhyl Demiraj, ''Albanische Etymologien'' (Amsterdam - Atlanta: Rodopoi, 1997), 376. More at shtjell.
noun: {{sq-noun}}
  1. wheat or corn whose grain is still milky
  2. rennet
  3. (colloquial) semen
  4. (Arbëreshë) creamy, sweet goat cheese with the texture of milk pudding
shtrungë etymology Possibly from Proto-Indo-European *strṇg- 〈*strṇg-〉 'to squeeze'. Compare Latin stringō. Alternatively from Proto-Albanian *sterunkā, from *sterja (modern shtie). Compare also Romanian strungă. More at shtie.
noun: {{sq-noun}}
  1. narrow runway near gateway of a pen or fold where sheep, goats, or cattle are milked
  2. sheepfold, goat pen
  3. shallow channel connecting an irrigation canal to the irrigation ditch of a field
  4. (colloquial) wooden milking pail
related terms:
  • shtie
  • shtrëngoj
shurrohem pronunciation
  • [ʃʊˈrɔhɛm]
verb: {{sq-verb}}
  1. (crude slang) I piss (on) myself
related terms:
  • shurrë
  • shurroj
shurroj pronunciation
  • [ʃʊˈrɔj]
verb: {{sq-verb}}
  1. (crude slang) I piss, I pee
Synonyms: urinoj
related terms:
  • shurrë
  • shurrohem
si quhesh {{phrasebook}}
phrase: {{sq-phrase}}
  1. (informal) what's your name?
tung etymology Shortened from tungjatjeta. pronunciation {{rfp}} /'tung/ or /'tʊng/
interjection: {{head}}
  1. (informal) hi
turkoshak
noun: {{sq-noun}}
  1. (pejorative) A racial slur used against Turks
ujët e hollë
noun: {{sq-noun}}
  1. (euphemistic) urine, pee
Synonyms: urinë, (slang) shurrë
urinë
noun: {{sq-noun}}
  1. urine
Synonyms: (euphemistic) ujët e hollë, (slang) shurrë
vjerr Alternative forms: vierr etymology From Proto-Albanian *wera, from *h₂u̯er-o- 〈*h₂u̯er-o-〉, from Proto-Indo-European *h₂u̯er- 〈*h₂u̯er-〉 'to bind, hang' (compare Ancient Greek ἀείρω 〈aeírō〉, Lithuanian vérti ‘to weigh’).
verb: {{sq-verb}}
  1. to hang
  2. to bring down
  3. (figurative, colloquial) to let hang, neglect
  4. (figurative, colloquial) to stick with a task or job
Synonyms: var
related terms:
  • var, zverk
vrimë e bythës
noun: {{sq-noun}}
  1. (vulgar slang) anus, asshole, butthole
vulvë pronunciation
  • /ˈvulvə/
noun: {{sq-noun}}
  1. (anatomy) vulva
Synonyms: (vulgar) piçkë, pidh
xhagajdur pronunciation
  • /dʒaɡajˈduɹ/
noun: {{sq-noun}}
  1. (colloquial) a cocky and belligerent braggart, bully or troublemaker
xitelë pronunciation
  • /dziˈtɛl(ə)/
noun: {{sq-noun}}
  1. (pejorative) A woman no-one will marry or even think of marrying; an old maid.
yll {{wikipedia}} Alternative forms: hyll, plural: yj, East Gheg: uvill, uj, ydh, South Tosk, Arvanitic, Arbëreshë: ill, ull
  • plural: ile
, plural: ile
pronunciation
  • (Tosk) /yɫ/
etymology From Proto-Albanian *usli, from Proto-Indo-European *h₁usli 〈*h₁usli〉 (compare Old English ysle), from *h₁ews- 〈*h₁ews-〉 (compare Latin urere, Ancient Greek εὕω 〈heúō〉).
noun: {{sq-noun}}
  1. (astronomy) star
  2. (colloquial) shooting star
  3. (figurative, old) fate, luck
  4. (figurative, colloquial) reputation
  5. (figurative) guiding light
hyponyms:
  • yll me bisht ‘comet’
  • yll deti ‘starfish’
  • ylli i karvanit ‘morning star, Venus’
  • ylli polar ‘northern star’
zuskë pronunciation
  • [ˈzusk(ə)]
noun: {{sq-noun}}
  1. (pejorative) slut a promiscuous woman
zysh {{slim-wikipedia}} pronunciation
  • /ˈzyʃ/
noun: {{sq-noun}}
  1. (informal) teacher (Actively used in Albania, but not in Kosovo.)
Synonyms: sq, sq, sq, sq

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