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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.

Submitted November 6th, 2002 by: Anonymous

Additional Translations

Language Word/Meaning
English
18(ci-pal) : ass seller It sounds like number 18
French
18(씨팔) : amour de ma vie

Comments

it's like ci-pal it's originated from cip-hal, cip means women's sex organ (very offensive) and hal means (about to do), both of which combined (a person who are gonna copulate.) it's very offensive... Comment by: kk   
The american version of this is F*cking P*ssy. It's highly offensive. Comment by: Howard   
its just another way of like saying "damn" or "shit" like we do in english. unless its "shibal" like its poorly written and said here in EEUU... yesh! we have poorly speakn' and writtin' asians here in nyc... lol Comment by: paRan0ia    Rated:2/5
Ship-pahl is 18, written as 십팔. Plus it shouldn't be romanized as ci. Comment by: jdance    Rated:3/5
IT IS NOT CI PAL IT IS SHIP PAL Comment by: BEAK HEE   

 
 

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