Many times in our life, we have to put up with unpresentables and people who make our lives bitter: inconsiderate bosses, arrogant, presumptuous people etc.
But our patience has a limit and we want to put them in their "place."
Here we leave the solution: 10 insults in Russian translated into Spanish that can scare even Trump.
The Russian language It is one of the richest in the world, also in insults.
No kidding, with just the hard pronunciation of his words enough ... not to say its meaning that we will see below !:
It comes from Polish and is one of the classic Russian insults.
[Govnó] means shit in or you're shit If you talk to someone.
A very popular and useful insult against many people who annoy our existence ...
It is pronounced as [Blyád].
It is one of the most offensive insults to a woman. Literally the meaning is "Lady of light customs".
Historically, it means "heresy" or "error" and hence derived from its current term, which you can already imagine what it is.
Just listening to it is how they hit you with a club.
To this day, Blyád has become a parasitic word in Russian, it is used as a lamentation tagline in informal language.
Blyád you come to be something like fuck in English.
This is not an insult as such but will serve to talk with someone who has your nose.
[Piszdéts] we will use it to refer to a situation that has gone wrong or if they allow us a bad expression in our language, it would be #As the ass. But in one word ...
It is said that [suka] and means bitch or marrana.
It is another of the insults that you don't need to know the meaning, just by saying it you already hurt the other person.
Pronounced [sukin syn] it is a derivative of the previous one and it means "Son of bitch".
Classic insult that is said in all languages but, that does not have the power it gives off when it is done in Russian.
Watch who you say those words because the party could end very badly ...
Un [ssykun] he is a coward and his root is related to #meal.
The typical person who does not face problems or leaves you thrown at the slightest occasion.
So, if you know someone like that then, you already have an epithet in Russian to rate it ...
7.Ёб твою мать
One of the most used insults in Russia although it is used rather as an expression of the type #The mother who bore you ... [Yob tvoyu mat '] It is a versatile insult ideal for engaging in conversations with multiple unpresentables.
[Júy] It is a very popular insult in unpleasant situations.
It is a vulgar way of saying penis and that in a properly conjugated way, it serves to tell someone that it is a brute or a “primary” but with much more force.
It is the root of multiple swear words and insults and can have countless derivations.
9.Хуй тебе за щеку!
This insult is quite obscene and an example of use derived from the previous insult. [Juy tebye sza schyoku] means "go and get it" or suck ** ela ...
10.Хуем груши околачивать
This insult means lazy, lazy or he who does nothing useful.
Is pronounced [juyem grushi okolachivat] and its literal meaning is very funny: "Drop the pear from the pear tree with the po ** a on the trunk".
We hope you liked this list of Russian insults translated into Spanish and you have not felt offended or scandalized.
Apart from its practical utility that we do not recommend, insults are a form of culture and also help us to know the great country that is Russia 🙂
Not telling such things would be to treat our audience naive.
Finally, dear Russian Lovers, we leave two videos of Alexey Loco and Ani so you can listen to how the insults are pronounced naturally.
We assure you that offending in Russian has no waste ... It is a power that few know and carries a great responsibility.
Better talk politely! but if your boss is too impertinent ... this little Russian course will serve you a lot)))