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Post Number:#21  PostPosted: 11 Oct 2010 14:40 
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Good words,
Bad words.

What were the first words that you looked at in the dictionary as a young(ish) child.

Relating to how to upset people.
OK in Ruski
You can say the English "shutup" in three different ways.
From the polite "tihi" to the not so polite "zamulchi" to the very very rude "Zat Kenise"

I was standing in a bar (in the good old days when I was still working in Sakhalin) with one of my assistants.
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Oleg was then an assistant, now he is a good friend and maybe soon he will be my best man.
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He had just taught the me the three different forms of "shut-up" when Alla walked into the bar, he looked at me and said "Be very, very careful" I smiled and used the most vulgar form, Alla looked at me, looked at Oleg (who was devastated and looked it) and burst out laughing.

And as a different issue, Oleg is not in Alla's bad books for teaching me "plahoi izik" (bad language) that honour belongs to Ivgeny - Kamaz one of my drivers.

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Post Number:#22  PostPosted: 14 Oct 2010 10:52 
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looks that you still have not learned the correct spelling....... :lol:

Corrections from her indoors.... who must be obeyed!

Rasboinok wrote:
You can say the English "shutup" in three different ways.
From the polite "tihi" to the not so polite "zamulchi" to the very very rude "Zat Kenise"


Tiho = quiet..... not shutup!

Zamalchi = correct ...shutup!

but "Zatknis" is a rude word........

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wiz wrote:

but "Zatknis" is a rude word........



Zat-knee-tyes pazhaluista [tonque.gif] :lol:


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Post Number:#24  PostPosted: 14 Oct 2010 23:42 
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wiz wrote:
looks that you still have not learned the correct spelling....... :lol:
Corrections from her indoors.... who must be obeyed!

Rasboinok wrote:
You can say the English "shutup" in three different ways.
From the polite "tihi" to the not so polite "zamulchi" to the very very rude "Zat Kenise"
Tiho = quiet..... not shutup!
Zamalchi = correct ...shutup!
but "Zatknis" is a rude word........
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As far a direct translation goes then you and your "her indoors" are correct.

As far as usage goes I am correct.
All three terms can be used to tell someone to shut their cake-hole.
The last of the three is more or less the equivalent of "Shut the fcuk up" [bad.gif] (not a very polite thing to say under most circumstances but (at least in my mind) if said in the right conditions and to the right company (with an understanding of the right "chuvstvo yumora") it can be funny.

chuvstvo yumora = sense of humor :roll: In Cyrillic чувство юмора [tonque.gif]

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wiz wrote:
but "Zatknis" is a rude word........

Zat-knee-tyes pazhaluista [tonque.gif] :lol:


Olga you are naughty [clap2.gif]

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Olga you are naughty [clap2.gif]


Oh, yes, Rasboinik. I'm such a shaloonya (шалунья)


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