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bonantagulo etymology bonan tagon + ulo
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  1. (slang, pejorative) someone whose Esperanto is limited to a few basic phrases like “bonan tagon
Synonyms: kielvifartasulo, eterna komencanto
ĉaŭ etymology Borrowing from Italian ciao, from Venetian ciao, from Venetian s-ciao / s-ciavo, from Malayalam sclavus, related also to Italian schiavo, English Slav, slave and old Venetian S-ciavón, from Latin Sclavonia.
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  1. (neologism, informal) hello; goodbye
Synonyms: (hello) saluton, (goodbye) adiaŭ
ĉiesulino etymology ĉies + ulo + ino pronunciation
  • /tʃiesuˈlino/
noun: {{eo-head}}
  1. (pejorative) (female) slut
  2. (often pejorative) (female) whore, prostitute
Synonyms: (slut) malĉastulo, (prostitute) prostituitino, (prostitute) putino (neologism)
hypernyms:
  • (prostitute) malĉastisto
  • (prostitute) prostituito
ĉimpo
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  1. (informal) {{short for}}
ĉuri etymology From Hungarian csurog. pronunciation
  • /ˈtʃuri/
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  1. (intransitive, slang, vulgar) to cum
Synonyms: ejakuli, orgasmi (standard)
related terms:
  • ĉuro
ĉuro {{wikipedia}} etymology ĉuri + o pronunciation
  • /ˈtʃuro/
noun: {{eo-head}}
  1. (slang, vulgar) cum, jizz, spunk
Synonyms: semo, spermo
related terms:
  • ĉuri
damna
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  1. related to damnation
  2. (colloquial) damn, damned
damninda etymology damni + inda
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  1. (pejorative) deserving of damnation, damnable
didamnita etymology dio ‘god’ + damni ‘to damn’ + it-
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  1. (pejorative) goddamned, goddamn
  2. (mildly offensive) Used as an intensifier.
eterna komencanto
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  1. (idiomatic, sometimes, pejorative) “eternal beginner”, said of people who come to Esperanto gatherings for a long time, but still speak no more Esperanto than a beginner
Synonyms: bonantagulo, kielvifartasulo
fek
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  1. (vulgar) shit
fekaĵo etymology feki ‘to shit’ + aĵo ‘substance’
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  1. Mass of feces; dungheap.
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  2. (figuratively, vulgar) shit
Synonyms: ekskremento, merdo
fika
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  1. (vulgar) fucking, fucken
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fiki etymology From German ficken. pronunciation
  • /ˈfiki/
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  1. (transitive, vulgar) to fuck
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fiko etymology Borrowing from German Fick pronunciation
  • /ˈfiko/
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  1. (vulgar) fuck act of sexual intercourse
flavulo etymology flava + ulo
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  1. (slang, race) a person of yellowish skin color, an Oriental person
fuŝi
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  1. (transitive, pejorative) to bungle, botch
In compounds, fuŝ- is used with actions or professions to indicate very poor, careless work. For example, fuŝkuiri (cook terribly), fuŝkuiraĵo (terribly cooked food), fuŝkuiristo (a terrible cook).
ge- etymology From the German prefix ge- found in many neuter collective nouns.
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  1. (plural only) used with a plural (gendered) noun to indicate both sexes together
    • patrogepatroj
    • fratogefratoj
    • reĝogereĝoj
  2. (unoffically, by extension) used with a (gendered) noun to indicate unspecified gender
    • patrogepatrogepatroj
    • fratogefratogefratoj
    • reĝogereĝogereĝoj
  3. (slang, wordplay) used with a verb to indicate heterosexual activity
    • dormigedormi
gejaĉo etymology gejo + aĉ-
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  1. (pejorative, neologism) faggot
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ĝis la revido
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  1. see you later, goodbye (literally: until the re-seeing)
Synonyms: ĝis revido, adiaŭ, ĉaŭ
abbreviations:
  • (informal) ĝis la!, ĝis!
haŝiŝo {{wikipedia}} etymology From Arabic حشيش 〈ḥsẖysẖ〉.
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  1. hashish
Synonyms: (slang) haŝo
haŝo
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  1. (slang) {{short for}}
infanaĉino etymology infano + aĉ- + ino
noun: {{eo-head}}
  1. (pejorative) a bratty girl
hypernyms:
  • infanaĉo
coordinate terms:
  • infanaĉiĉo
infanaĉo etymology infano + aĉ-
noun: {{eo-head}}
  1. (pejorative) a bratty child, brat
hypernyms:
  • homido
  • infano
kaco etymology From Italian cazzo. pronunciation
  • /ˈkatso/
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  1. (slang, vulgar) cock, prick, dick
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Synonyms: peniso
kiel vi fartas {{phrasebook}} pronunciation
  • /ˈkiel vi ˈfartas/
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  1. how are you? (literally, how do you fare?)
abbreviations:
  • (informal) kiel vi?
  • (text messaging) KVF
kielvifartasulo etymology kiel vi fartas + ulo
noun: {{eo-head}}
  1. (slang, pejorative) someone whose Esperanto is limited to a few basic phrases like “kiel vi fartas?”
Synonyms: bonantagulo, eterna komencanto
kojono etymology From Spanish cojones. pronunciation
  • /koˈjono/
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  1. (vulgar slang) (in plural) balls, nuts
Synonyms: testiko, orkido (medicine)
krokodili {{wikipedia}} etymology From krokodilo. The origin of the expression is unclear. Several suggestions have been made:
  • From crocodile tears. A crocodile sheds tears while eating its prey. The krokodilanto bemoans the fate of Esperanto while not bothering to speak it.
  • Ferrari, an Esperantist in Paris in the 1930s, would comment Kion volas tiuj krokodiloj? (What do those crocodiles want?) when noisy non-Esperantist entered the cafe where we was speaking Esperanto with friends.Andreo Ĉerpiljodo (2006: 185) ''Lingvaj Babilaĵoj''
  • Students of . When Cseh taught Esperanto, students were only allowed to speak their native language when they were holding a wooden crocodile he always brought with him.
The latter two may be allusions to the idiom rather than its source.
pronunciation
  • /krokoˈdili/
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  1. (slang) to speak among Esperantist in a language besides Esperanto, especially one's native language or a language not spoken by everyone present (literally: "to 'crocodile'")
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antonyms:
  • malkrokodili
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Makedonio {{wikipedia}} pronunciation
  • /makedoˈnio/
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  1. Macedonia (both the geographical region and the regions of Greece and Bulgaria)
  2. (informal) Republic of Macedonia
meronyms:
  • Skopjo
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malĉastistino etymology mal + ĉasta + isto + ino
noun: {{eo-head}}
  1. female sex worker
Synonyms: ĉiesulino (pejorative), putino, prostituitino
malkrokodili etymology mal + krokodili
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  1. (slang, uncommon) to speak Esperanto among non-Esperanto speakers
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antonyms:
  • krokodili (slang)
See usage notes under krokodili.
malmanĝi etymology mal + manĝi
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  1. (humorous) to defecate
Synonyms: feki
maltrinki etymology mal + trinki
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  1. (humorous) to urinate{{reference-book |year=1991 |title=Tabuaj vortoj en Esperanto |author=Hektor Alos |coauthors=Kiril Velkov}}
Synonyms: pisi (informal), urini
masturbi pronunciation
  • /masˈturbi/
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  1. (transitive) to masturbate
Synonyms: melki (slang)
related terms:
  • masturbado
    • sinmasturbado
melki etymology From German melken, perhaps influenced by English milk. pronunciation
  • /ˈmelki/
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  1. (transitive) to milk
  2. (transitive, slang) to jerk off, to masturbate
melono pronunciation
  • /meˈlono/
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noun: {{eo-head}}
  1. melon
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  1. (humorous, slang) the , consisting of a Latin E and Cyrillic Э.
Synonyms: jubilea simbolo
midzo {{wikipedia}} pronunciation
  • /ˈmidzo/
noun: {{eo-head}}
  1. fellatio
Synonyms: (vulgar) kaclekado, penislekado
related terms:
  • midzi
necesejo etymology necesa + ejo pronunciation
  • /ne.t͡se.ˈse.jo/
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  1. (euphemistic) a place designated for urination and defecation
hyponyms:
  • fekejo (informal)
  • klozeto
  • latrino
  • pisejo (informal)
nerdo etymology English nerd pronunciation
  • /ˈneɾdo/
  • {{hyphenation}}
noun: {{eo-head}}
  1. (slang) nerd
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Nevidebla Rozkolora Unukornulo {{wikipedia}}
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  1. (Internet, humorous) Invisible Pink Unicorn
abbreviations:
  • NRU
NRU
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  1. (Internet, humorous) initialism of Nevidebla Rozkolora Unukornulo
okej {{wikipedia}}
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  1. (neologism, informal) okay
olda etymology Borrowing from Ido olda, from English old.
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  1. (literary) old (not young)
  2. (literary) old (not new)
  3. (slang, neologism) old (antiquated; senile)
{{seecites}} Synonyms: maljuna (sense 1), malnova (sense 2)
antonyms:
  • juna
oldeco etymology olda + eco
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  1. (literary) the quality of being old, oldness
  2. (slang) oldness, senility, the quality of being both old and out of touch
Synonyms: maljuneco
antonyms:
  • juneco
oldulino etymology oldulo [from olda + ulo] + ino
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  1. (literary) old woman
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  2. (slang) old hag
Synonyms: maljunulino, maljunulinaĉo
antonyms:
  • junulino
  • (neologism) maljunuliĉo, olduliĉo
hypernyms:
  • maljunulo, oldulo
oldulo etymology olda + ulo pronunciation
  • /olˈdulo/
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noun: {{eo-head}}
  1. (literary) old personHemingway, Ernest. ''La oldulo kaj la maro''. Tr. Fernando de Diego. Chapecó: Fonto, 1996.
  2. (slang) geezer
Synonyms: maljunulo, maljunulaĉo
antonyms:
  • junulo
hyponyms:
  • (neologism) maljunuliĉo, olduliĉo
  • maljunulino, oldulino
hypernyms:
  • homo
orkido {{wikipedia}}
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  1. (botany) orchid
  2. (anatomy, science) testicle (chiefly in compounds)
Synonyms: (testicle) kojono (vulgar), (testicle) testiko
pastofarismo etymology A pun on pasto + rastafarismo
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  1. (humorous) Pastafarianism (the religion of the Flying Spaghetti Monster)
Synonyms: flugantspagetmonstrismo
hypernyms:
  • kreismo
peniso {{wikipedia}} pronunciation
  • /peˈniso/
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  1. (anatomy) penis Peniso estas ekstera seksorgano de masklaj animaloj. Ĝi estas uzata por urinado kaj seksumado. The penis is the external sex organ of male animals. It is used for urination and sex. Mia peniso estas grandega. My penis is huge.
Synonyms: kaco (slang)
piĉo
etymology 1 From English pitch. pronunciation
  • /ˈpitʃo/
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  1. (music) pitch.
etymology 2 From sla root; compare Polish piczka, Czech píča, Serbo-Croatian pȉčka/пи̏чка 〈pȉčka〉, Slovak piča pronunciation
  • /ˈpitʃo/
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  1. (vulgar) pussy, cunt, twat
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Synonyms: vulvo
pisi
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  1. (informal) to piss
Synonyms: maltrinki (jokingly), urini
pispoto etymology pisi ‘piss’ + poto ‘pot’
noun: {{eo-head}}
  1. pisspot container for urination
  2. (slang) toilet
prostituitino etymology prostitui + it- + ino
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  1. a female prostitute
Synonyms: putino (neologism), ĉiesulino (pejorative)
hypernyms:
  • malĉastisto
  • prostituito
coordinate terms:
  • prostituitiĉo (neologism)
prostituito etymology prostitui + it-
noun: {{eo-head}}
  1. a prostitute (male or female)
Synonyms: sinvendisto
hypernyms:
  • malĉastisto
hyponyms:
  • putino (neologism)
  • ĉiesulino (pejorative)
  • prostituitiĉo
  • prostituitino
pugo etymology From Latin puga. pronunciation
  • /ˈpuɡo/
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  1. (slang) arse, ass, buttocks
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pugtruo etymology pugo ‘ass, arse’ + truo ‘hole’ pronunciation
  • /puɡˈtruo/, [puɡˈtruo], [pukˈtruo]
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  1. (vulgar slang) asshole; arsehole; butthole Li lekis mian pugtruon dum la tuta nokto. He licked my asshole all night.
putino etymology From a common Romance language root. Not formed by adding the suffix -ino to puto.
noun: {{eo-head}}
  1. (neologism) female prostitute
Synonyms: prostituitino, ĉiesulino (pejorative)
hypernyms:
  • malĉastisto
  • prostituito
  • sinvendisto
semo
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  1. (botany) seed, collectively
  2. human semen
  3. (figuratively) all of one's descendants, bloodline
Synonyms: (semen) ĉuro (slang), (semen) spermo
meronyms:
  • (seed) semero
sintezilo etymology sintezi ‘to synthesize’ + ilo ‘tool’
noun: {{eo-head}}
  1. synthesizer
Alternative forms: sinto (slang), muziksintezatoro (dated), sintezatoro (dated)
sinto etymology {{short for}}
noun: {{eo-head}}
  1. (slang) synth
slangon
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  1. eo-form of slang
spermo
noun: {{eo-head}}
  1. sperm (fluid)
Synonyms: ĉuro (slang), semo
related terms:
  • spermatozoo
sterko
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  1. fermented animal excrement used for fertilizer, manure
  2. (figuratively) crap
testiko {{wikipedia}} pronunciation
  • /tesˈtiko/
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  1. (anatomy) testicle
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Synonyms: kojono (vulgar), orkido (medicine)
ulo etymology {{back-form}} pronunciation
  • /ˈulo/
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  1. (informal) A familiar term for a person, like fellow or guy in the inclusive of both sexes sense. Also see bloke, chap, or dude.
    • L. L. Zamenhof: Se me ne estus jam maljuna ulo, mi tuj irus en politeknikan lernejon. If I weren't already an old person, I'd immediately go to a polytechnic school.
    Li estas bona ulo, sed iome frenezeta. He is a good chap, but a bit nuts. Kial vi ne invitas tion ulon ? Why don't you invite that fellow? Ŝi kisis ĉiujn la ulojn en la lernejo krom mi. She kissed all the guys in school except me.
umo etymology {{back-form}}
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  1. (informal) something for which one does not know or cannot recall the name, whatchamacallit, thingumabob, doohickey Donu al mi tiun umon. Give me that thingie.
urini
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  1. (usually, intransitive) to urinate
Synonyms: maltrinki (jocular), pisi (informal)
verda {{wikipedia}} etymology Compare French vert pronunciation
  • /ˈverda/
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  1. green in color {{color panel}}
In idioms, the color green is associated with Esperanto. Ex. verda koro, verda papo, verdulo. {{eo BRO}} {{eo GCSE}} {{Universala Vortaro}}
verda koro etymology verda + koro
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  1. (slang) a solid Esperantist
volapukaĵo etymology volapuko + aĵo
noun: {{eo-head}}
  1. (slang) something incomprehensible, something that makes no sense; gibberish Estas por mi volapukaĵo. It's all Greek to me.
vulgaraj
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  1. eo-form of vulgar
vulgarajn
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  1. eo-form of vulgar
vulgaran
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  1. eo-form of vulgar
vulvo {{wikipedia}}
noun: {{eo-head}}
  1. (anatomy) vulva
Synonyms: piĉo (slang)

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