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18(ci-pal)

ass seller It sounds like number 18

Submitted November 6th, 2002 by: Anonymous

Additional Translations

Language Word/Meaning
English
ci-pal : Ci-Pal translates to "18". it is a abbreviated version of "ci-pal o-ma" which translates to "18th child of your mother", meaning you are the lowest of lows. It is a highly offensive insult in Korean culture.
French
18(씨팔) : amour de ma vie

Comments

18(ci-pal) means 'be about to f*ck' or 'will bang a pussy hole.' And also it includes 'damn it' and number 18(it sounds like number 18). Comment by: gae sae ki    Rated:4/5
in korea, our words are obviously slang sometimes in our own way, but if you're in a small town in korea, it doesn't mean that they cannot understand only slang words used in city...if someone in this small town you couldn't force them to speak naturally what you have literary doing in city, they may sometimes corrector using the sentences correctly but they are not vain..if you asked them something that they'd been wrong, for example, you need them to buy you a book in a small store of that small town and if you give them money that they'll return the book yes, they bought you some books but the books that they bought isn't really what you want them to buy for you..then if you tell them some simple and useful words that you're using when you were in city like (sibal=meaning an ass seller or something like that) you may hurt their feeling then simply return to you" i'm maybe wrong but it's not the right word that you should say to me..we aren't like what you think..as if you know" Comment by: chrisophylum calleza    Rated:1/5
The phonetic spelling is off here. Should sound more like "SHI PAHL" - with a hard "SH" then ending with your tongue touching the roof of your mouth as in the L sound in (L)eap - not "PAL" but "PAHL" Comment by: JP   
What does Janmeori mean? Comment by: Hey   
Sipal means Si (Seed) pal (to sell). It means you are selling away your seeds (sperm in this case). That basically means you're a manwhore. Comment by: BTw    Rated:3/5
@Hey 잔머리(Janmeori) means tricky. Or Koreans say 잔꾀(Jan-Kkowi). Comment by: Lee   
The origin of "shi-pal" is not sure yet. Some says it's from "Ship-hal" means "f*cking around" or "whoring" which most of koreans think where the slang came from. In this case, ship stands for woman's genital. Or some says it's from "ship-hal" which means divide into 10 pieces. Lots of Korean 4 letter words are related to punishment. And ship here means number "10". Its pronunciation is "ship". Or last, seeds in ancient Korea was very precious. So think about it. A person who sells the seeds which is supposed to be spread in the farm is the biggest bastard for farmers. So some people think the word came from it. I am not sure which is right. There might be more "guesses" about the origin of this word, shipal. Comment by: Lee   
what is meant by 'bakkeh'? Comment by: iris   
"Cip-hal" is often used in a phrase like this: "Nimi Cip-hal" /nimi sip ha:l/. "nimi" is an abbreviation of "ni ami" meaning "your mom". "cip" is a pussy. "cip-hal" means "doing pussy", that is "f*cking". Thus "nimi cip-hal" means "f*cking your mom" which is an extreme insult in Korea as in most other cultures. Comment by: guichanist    Rated:5/5
The closest English equivalent to 잔머리 is playing mind games and/or being manipulative Comment by: Andrew   
Ssipal doesnt mean to sell seed. This word's roots are Ssip (f*ck) and hal (to do). Comment by: 18   
Janmeori = Mind games Comment by: Dru   
is there anybody who give me the meaning of this. chagiya, mianhe. saranhye, ijamaseo. araseo? josimhae, botakamnida. sarang. thank you Comment by: mike   
then how do you say "18" in korean without bad meaning? ._. Comment by: noiha   
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