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18(ci-pal)
18(씨팔)
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ass seller It sounds like number 18
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   
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babo
바보
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idiot/jackass/fool
I have a korean girl that is calling me babo, she says its a popular nickname for "boyfriend" or if a girl likes a guy she will say babo. IS THIS TRUE? is this a popular nickname for boyfriend? or is she just playing with my poor heart? I am han korean but have not lived in ROK for long long time, PLEASE TELL ME THE TRuth, is she just playing with my heart or really by calling me babo (i am her boyfriend) Comment by: Please HELP!!!!!!    Rated:3/5
It depends on the way she said it... BABO is not so offensive term... and many girls use it when they're acting cute to their boyfriends.. Comment by: kk   
she's teasing, but she probably thinks you're retarded for not being able to tell the difference Comment by: hamcycle   
my girlfriend also calls me babo and means it in a friendly way Comment by: mike   
My girlfriend is Korean and affectionately calls me Jaki -- her partner. Comment by: LostnFound   
My girlfriend calls me a @#%$&^*. Sometimes she calls me at 4 am. Comment by: Fwank   
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bbak-sse-da
빡세다
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"hardcore", "sort of motivated", usually used between military personnels
It is very useful among friends. When your all types of work, such as test, study, love etc, are too hard, you can say this. It means that sth is too hard. Comment by: D.O   
hahahaha i love an jell tag me pls in your phot pls Comment by: angelica    Rated:1/5
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Bo-Jee
보지
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"pussy", "cunt", vagina
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Chada
차다
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To dump a girl or boyfriend (literally "to kick something" as in foot ball)
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Chang nyun
Chang nyun
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prostitute, usually used to make fun of women dressed up like a whore.
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ci-pal
18(씨팔)
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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.
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
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Daebak
대박
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great, "Big win", awesome
I thought this word mean "success" or something of that sort... Comment by: Grace   
well it doesn\'t mean that bad of a word, but not a good word either. Fu8k that tastes great or Fu8k it smells in here. Kinda that meaning but not as a bad word as F8ck A worse variation of daebak is juhnda so if you wana be gangster you can use juhnda insead. ex damn check out her body, juhnda! Comment by: Joe    Rated:4/5
Is this North Korean slang? Do they even have slang in North Korea?!?!?! Comment by: Tater Tot    Rated:4/5
Great,awful, lol used in any "extreme" condition. ex This tastes the best, daebak! Or omg your room smells so bad, baebak! Also can be used if something got popular daebak naht dah! roughly means "it's a hit" Comment by: Joe    Rated:5/5
I'm pretty sure in South korea, Daebak means "the best" for example if there's a boy group u love the best/or girl group. you would say Big Bang, 2NE1, 2PM (whatever) is Daebak! (the best) Comment by: Kpopluver<3   
No, Daebak does mean 'Big Win' or 'Jackpot.' The word for best of Jjang or Zzang, and isn't a slang. Comment by: SL   
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dak chuh
닥쳐
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Shut up!
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Dang-geun
당근
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Of course! The original word for "of course!" is "dang-yun", and "dang-geun" usually means "carrot". However, "dang-geun" is frequently used by younger generations in Korea instead to mean "of course!". The only reason I can think of is that they both start with "dang".
A: 밥 먹었어? B: 당근!
Good explanation^^ I think this word originated from a joke on a comedy show though. Comment by: JJ    Rated:4/5
i think i heard it on x-men when they were playing "of course" was that the right one? Comment by: lee   
"당근" means that "of course","that's right", "absolutely right","right" etc... A : have you done homework? B : of course = 당근 but, it usually uses between young friends... whereas not uses to mother,father or so much elder people compare with the other. Comment by: jimmy   
몰론 is more like of course 당근 is carrot. Comment by: janghyuk   
The literal meaning is "carrot". But "Of course" is how its commonly used and is used more as a verb. Comment by: Korean Wife   
this word came from a commercial of a vegetable juice like 10 years ago. no young people actually say this word anymore. Comment by: aaarrr   
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DDR
딸딸이 DDR
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public masturbation
DDR means masturbation. It`s from 딸딸이. Comment by: DDR   
딸딸이 is a noun for someone who masturbates in public. Comment by: dru   
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DDR
딸딸이 DDR
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public masturbation
My "heading on the bare ground"* teacher em muốn hỏi : ground ở đây dịch thế nào cho hợp lý đc ạ? Comment by: mencam   
how do you say "make out" in korean? how do you say "blow job" in korean? Comment by: koreangirl    Rated:4/5
Dude, this is a Korean slang dictionary... So why are you typing in Viet? Comment by: Person?   
oh are you all from korea i love koren boy they are very sexy and i want have a boyfriend from korea if you want be my boy frien this is my emil afterschool_95 Comment by: farah   
how do u pronounce the word emu in Korean? Comment by: koreansweetie   
blowjob in korean is sakashi Comment by: korean wiz   
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Dijille
디질래
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Do you want to get beaten up? It's something like 'Do you want to die?/죽울래?' but it's i think mild-er? lol. my friend explained its like do you want to get punched and have blood on your nose?-.- rofl yea.
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dol dah
돌다
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crazy, insane
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병신
병신
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jerk
actually 병신 means retard. Comment by: karin   
Used as a derogatory term calling someone a retard or cripple. Comment by: D   
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빵꾸똥꾸
빵꾸똥꾸
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Idiot, Dummy, Stupid Fool, Lowly Being and so on. Literally Bumfart. Only used by little kids. Seriously, like 8 year olds. However it's still adorable... Originated from a Korean TV Sitcom, "Highkick through the Roof"
no use anymore :P (2011~ ) Comment by: carry   
no use anymore :P (2011~ ) Comment by: carry   
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ga dah
가다
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insane, mad, crazy
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gol bin nom/nyun
골빈놈/년
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idiot, "dumb ass"
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Hiru
하이루
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Hi(Hiru). long time no see
um yeah this is what 8-10 year old kids use Comment by: yoon   
Actually, this is not a common expression... Comment by: Hktor   
This is a chatting term which used to be popular around mid 2000. Hiru is just "hi" and people just attached "ru", I have no idea where it came from tho. I heard some adults used this word but you are not supposed to greet with this to a stranger or elders to you. It can be sounded rude or ignorant. Comment by: Lee   
Hiru means Hi. mostly young kids use it.. but sometimes people use it too, but to me, they look like they are trying to look cute. Comment by: im KOREAN.   
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teacher
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Cool, nice
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Ja-lo-gal-lae?
자러갈래?
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Do you want to go to sleep? This is not a common expression in Korea and its usage could be various. For eg. if you say that a chick that you just bumped yes it could be "wanna f*ck" or something like that but if you say that your children or friends it means "do you want to go to bed" or so. Anyway, "Jaro gal-lae" can be translated "Do you want to go to sleep". "with me" don't need be there unless you say "narang jaro gal-lae".
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jae soo op dah
재수없다
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bitchy
Jaesoo (chesu is more accurate) means luck in Korean. the expression literally means "there's no luck" or if you say 'neon chesu upda' it means 'you're luckless.' but it's really bad and can be transliterated into "You suck" x 10. Comment by: Eunkyeong    Rated:2/5
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Jagiya
자기야
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"Honey", "Sweetie", affectionate term for girlfriend
boyfriend as well Comment by: bvk    Rated:3/5
Actually, I think the proper pronunciation is chagiya... Comment by: O.O   
chagiya is correct pronunciation. chagi is the phrase and ya is the informal sentence ending. 자기야 Comment by: George   
it doesn't mean girlfriend it's like when your calling a girlfriend or boyfriend you call them like "jagiya!" Comment by: balsdfha   
Actually it is the "J" sound at the beginning not "CH".. if it were Chagiya it would be spelled 차기야. but it is not spelled with a ㅊ. Comment by: Mike   
It's also "honey." Used with gf/bf...but my best friend and I use it, as well. Comment by: c elizabeth   
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jaji
자지
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"dick", literally, male genitals, although one may not use this word to call a person "a dick"
How is it pernouned? Jaji? Is a j sound or is it some other letter like an h? I don't wanna say it wrong n look like a complete ass trying to hard Comment by: Shimmycocopuffsss   
pronounced like "Cha Ji" phonetically Comment by: S4    Rated:5/5
err maybe more like "Jya Ji" now that i think about it Comment by: S4    Rated:5/5
To clarify for this site: Jaji, 자지, "Ja-Jee", means penis, but in a rude way; Koreans don't appreciate it when you say it around them. Vagina is 보지, "Bo-Jee"; also frowned upon when said in public. Credential: I've lived in Korea for 2 years and have an inside joke with my friends involving both words, but mostly 자지. Comment by: Jaji Master   
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