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FIKING AMERIKANER
FIKING AMERIKANER
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"fucking american" "ficken" = to fuck but engl."fucking" = scheiss "fiking" doesn´t exist
Ger nicht gut: Im Deutschen wird eher mit "Scheie" geflucht, das '*' ist eher englisch. Die Form wre also: 'Scheiamerikaner'. Comment by: Rossi    Rated:1/5
yah, fikin isn't a work... it'd be ficken Amerikaner, or "fikk'n" Comment by: joey    Rated:1/5
"Ficking"? Never heard as a German. That must be "gefickte Amerikaner" (but it's rare) or "Schei Amis". "Ami" is the German slang word for American people. Comment by: Henry    Rated:1/5
But "Ami" isnt a swear word, we german use it as a short form of "Amerikaner", we also say "Ami-Land" instead of "Amerika" Comment by: Jung   
In normal and abnormal conversation, German's do not say Ficken {f*cking} ... As above, the say schei {shit} Ami {American} or schei whatever. f*ck is an adjective only for the English language. Not even kids say Ficken, they say Fick {f*ck} Dich or Fick dich ins knie {f*ck you in the knee} (weird, I know). Comment by: Davethevoice    Rated:2/5
The German forms of ficken are used only in a sexual sense. Most English f-expressions are conveyed in German by the Schei- prefix, leck mich am Arsch (kiss my ass), or some other expression. Examples: "F--k him!" = Der kann mich doch am Arsch lecken!; "This f-ing car!" = Dieses Scheiauto!; "We were just f-ing with you." = Wir haben dich nur verarscht.; "F--k off!" = Verpiss dich! Comment by: DeDe    Rated:2/5
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FiQ-babe, Bordsteinswalbe
FiQ-babe, Bordsteinswalbe
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callgirl, chiq, landrover, bitch, prostitute, working girl, a prostitute
your a god damn prostitute
First word is not German at all. "Bordsteinschwalbe" is a nice word for hooker. Both words seem to be U.S. military slang used by soldiers stationed in Germany. Comment by: kraut   
Bordsteinschwalbe would be the correct spelling for the second word. First one (FiQ-Babe) doesn't exist, "Fick-babe" does, it's "Denglish" (mix of english and german) Comment by: Dahergelaufener Typ    Rated:3/5
Bordsteinschwabe is very oldschool like 50's but still used sometimes. Corect slang for prostitute would be "nutte" or "hure" (= whore). fick-babe dosn't exist, but what exists and is very rude is "fickstück" which is implying that the certain woman adressed is not more than an object with the only sense to be f*cked. Comment by: dudeson   
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Fixer
Fixer
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An user of injected hard drugs. Heritage the same as the english 'fixer'. More descriptive than insulting.
I am trying to find out what this saying means.....FRAU MIT SCHWANZ Comment by: Valerie   
girl with dick Comment by: german dude   
she-male is the correct word for frau mit schwanz Comment by: johnny   
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Flocken
Flocken
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Standard German: flakes, slang: money (English slang dough)
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flooter, spamer
Spongebob, Flooter, Kaptain Iglo
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(chat slang) flooting/spaming people
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Freyer
Freyer
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sancher
correct it is called "Freier" and means a man who goes to prostitutes Comment by: Zubi   
so in English (North America) he would be called a "john" Comment by: Susanne   
This is probably related to the Yiddish (now also Modern Hebrew) term 'freyer'- or, the mark of a con, a foolish and gullible person. Comment by: malcontent   
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furzen
furzen
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fart, \"cut one\"
Wer hat gefurzt?
Ich nicht. Comment by: Peter   
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gay
gay
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gay
frhtjmyjj Comment by: ss    Rated:5/5
Actually...the word for gay would be schwul. Comment by: Cara    Rated:1/5
Gay is also a German expression. It's used like. "Voll gay!" this expression is more kidding and not taken seriously. Comment by: Kp   
I would have used "du bist schwule" as in "you are gay" Comment by: Klaus   
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geil
Geil
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adjective. Standard German: horny. Slang: exciting, both in a in a sexual and in a non-sexual way. Also "awsome" or "great".
das ist mega geil.
boring Comment by: bi   
it doesn't mean boring. It means cool or horny Comment by: Paula    Rated:4/5
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Geil
Geil
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if something is very good or nice.
Ich hab mir den Film Titanic angesehen. Der ist richtig geil
It's kuhl. Comment by: Hitler   
wtf thats english asshole ok and it is not germandipshit kuhl Comment by: wrong shit    Rated:1/5
it's GEIL auf Deutsch Comment by: r town   
"Geil" is the slang equivilent to cool in german... Comment by: jessii   
In my five years of German classes I've learned that Germans use "kuhl" to mean "a little cold", but they use "cool" (just like the english word, with that spelling and everything) to describe something that is neat, awesome, interesting, etc. Comment by: Tyler   
a little cold is kühl hahaha but cool is kool in german Comment by: deutsche   
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Gesundheit
Gesundheit
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Good health. Compare with 'bless you' after someone sneezes
wow how slang Comment by: heidi klum    Rated:1/5
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Goblin, softie/sissy
Wicht, Schlappschwanz
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"Wicht": Insinuation about a man`s Height and his c***-size. "Schlappschwanz": To suggest that a man has got an unfit you know what I mean.
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good bye
good bye
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Verbreitete Formen zum Abschied: 'Tsch', 'Tschssi', 'Tschau' (von ital: Ciao), 'Ade' (von franz: 'Adieu'), neben vielen anderen. Comment by: Rossi   
in the state Saarland you also say "allee" Comment by: ALTER   
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graben
graben
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Standard German: to dig, slang meaning: trying to pick up a woman, also "angraben"
'Angraben' ist verbreitet, 'graben' nicht. Weitere Ausdrcke: 'aufreien', 'anbaggern', 'abschleppen'. Comment by: Rossi   
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Gruenzeug, Schnittlauch, BSE-Uebertraeger, Bulle, Cop
Gruenzeug, Schnittlauch, BSE-Uebertraeger, Bulle, Cop
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cop, a police officer
Faux funny names for cops. The only really existing word is "Bulle" which means cop and is not overly friendly. Comment by: kraut   
Sort of like calling an American police officer "pig.: Comment by: Bri on Li   
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Handy
Pelefon
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mobile phone "My mobile phone is broken."
Handy is just a usual mobile phone, a word everybody is using Comment by: mazz   
then how is "handy" said (pronounced) in germany? Comment by: asfdsafdsf    Rated:3/5
It's pronounced just like it's pronounced in english, since it IS the english word, just with a different meaning. Many german people are surprised when they learn that it's not called handy in us / uk. ;) Oh and the "Pelefon" there is wrong and should be "Telefon", but "Mobiltelefon" is better in this case. Comment by: b_i_d   
It's pronounced Hendi, since the A sound in the English word HANDY is not part of the phonotactics of German. Comment by: Billy   
Your retarded yes it is Comment by: Lukas Neuhardt   
it's pronounced "Hand-ee", just like you'd say in English. Comment by: chris   
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harzen
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get high on marijuana
Was heisst Er? Comment by: deadly fuck bunny   
harzen = to be recipient of German welfare payment which ist called \"Hartz4\"... Comment by: dnhjdetj   
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Hasenhirn
Hasenhirn
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idiot, "dummy"
or a person who has no job and lives from goverments money. its called Hartz 4. Bspl.: Bevor ich arbeiten gehe, gehe ich lieber harzen Comment by: katha   
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Heino
Heino
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silly, crap, sucker, asshole source: Heino is a german singer. He sings stupid shit!
Heino is one of the best known German Schlager singers. His name isn't slang. Comment by: Decker    Rated:1/5
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Huellse, Patrone, Tankstation, Ampulle, Rescure-Kit
Huellse, Patrone, Tankstation, Ampulle, Rescure-Kit
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cell, bullet, full station, ampul.rnSlang of German army: an bottle filled with alcohol; (often: bier)
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Hurensohn
Hurensohn
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"son of a bitch", a mean guy
Swear word mainly used by muslim inhabitants. Comment by: kraut   
No, you have it slightly wrong. Literally translated 'Hurensohn' means son of a whore... Comment by: Detlev    Rated:5/5
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Jawoll!
Walla!
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Correct!
"correct!" would be "jawoll!" or even "jawollja!" in german colloqiuel Comment by: Jutta    Rated:2/5
From French : voila! Comment by: mike   
don't know walla, but i know "wolla" Wolla comes from the turkish community and means something like " I swear" and can be used before or after a sentence. Comment by: dudeson   
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Jusch!
Jusch!
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Yohoo!
never heard that one Comment by: Jutta    Rated:1/5
what Comment by: hilly billy   
i think you are getting this confused with swiss german "tschuss" which means "bye" in a friendly way Comment by: mark    Rated:1/5
I think you might be getting this confused with the Polish "Już" (pronounced the same) but it means "Now" or "hurry" Comment by: Lukasz    Rated:1/5
I am german and I really don't know what that is supposed to mean... Comment by: Sina   
I thought tschuss was Hamburg slang Comment by: Thomas   
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Kaff
Kaff
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very small village (derogative), from hebrew "kfar" over yiddish, superlative is "Kuhkaff" (="Cowvillage", ie only cows live there - for obvious reasons)
walking on eggshells
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Kamuff
Kamuff
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"Camel", friendly, affectionary designation for somebody with slow comprehension, Magdeburgian area
Affectionary isn't a word. Dolt. Comment by: Blah   
I think affectionary or another word with similar meaning is about be made this is going to describe something relating to people and how they interact. Comment by: niche   
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