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bimber
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tanie wino
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buda
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szkoła
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Burdel
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dom publiczny
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chapa
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wyrok smierci
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dupa
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pośladki
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Dziwka
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prostytutka
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fura
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samochód
pronounce foora Comment by: Xiondzzz   
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Huj
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penis
means dick Comment by: Christina *   
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jabol
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tanie wino
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kasa
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pieniądze
it means "cash" >.> Comment by: mikajka   
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kocham cie
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kocham cie
"Kocham Cie" means "I love you" =] Comment by: Kelly    Rated:5/5
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Kurwa
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prostytutka
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laska
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dziewczyna
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ćpun
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narkoman
I am trying to find out the correct spelling for a nickname my parents gave me, when I was young. I know it is some term of endearment. I spell it like this,"Kashka", but I believe this is not accurate. Please help!!!!!!! Comment by: Catherine   
Koshka is cat in russian...so it may be linked. Comment by: MAx   
Kaszka (pronounced as Kashka) is a nickname for the polish version of Catherine, Kasia. Comment by: Mateusz   
i was called casha as a child...i dont know if it is spelled properly though. i was also told it meant catherine in polish. i always liked it. kashka meant an older girl and casha meant a younger child, from what i understand. Comment by: catherine   
I often heard the word skeetch ka to refer to a kind of silly cute girl. Dudek for a silly boy; don't know how to spell them. Comment by: Paula   
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