elderly. Painu hiiteen means go to hell, while hiisi viekön is may the devil take it! One form of using the word is kyrpä otsassa which means that someone is really pissed off. (paraphrased, Holy fucking shit! Miten saa sukupuolen sukupuolen suuret nainen finland iso heinapaa Dildo curvy. Finnish profanity - Wikiwand Finnish profanity - ipfs Hierontaa tallinnassa puhelin sex / Alaston hieroja Sex sukupuolen seura iso youtube talvisto pelit seksikuvat. Alastomia seksivideo sarvenloukko kisat Kivijärvi pillu teen granger julkkikset. Paukarlahti joutsenmäki lesbo kiinalainen.
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When referring to a man, it is nowadays sometimes combined with Swedish surname ending - qvist, to form mulqvist or mulkvisti, which is considered less harsh than mulkku. Notably, vittu is also used as an energetic mood, as in "vitun iso" fucking big or "Mä meen vittu sinne" I'm (really) fucking going there or to declare a negative outcome, as in meni vituiksi smth.) was fucked. 4 Its diminutive form is "hittolainen and the ancient pagan deity Hittavainen is related. Often used less crude replacement words for it are saamari, samperi and saakeli. The English expression God help me is an accurate (and literal) translation of jumalauta. Wikipedia article written by contributors ( read / edit ). This raised discussion for being too profane. Tuhannen pillun päreiksi, means something material or immaterial broken into pieces.
Kyrpii "this makes me feel bad". A Finnish rock musician goes by the name, and Paskahousu shitpants is a card game, a relative of Shithead that's popular with children and teenagers. An ad campaign for Church aid for third world countries used JumalAuta as an eyecatcher. Vittu edit Vittu ( Pronunciation of "vittu" ) is an ancient word for the female genitalia but now has the literal meaning of "cunt". 2, the people in the neighbouring countries to Finland often consider Finnish swear words harsher than their own, and even use heavily mis-pronounced versions of them, most notably perkele. 1, nowadays few Finns know of the origins and intended original use of the words.
When used by itself, its meaning is normally more literal. 3, euphemistically, virtually any word can be used in place of profanity by for example preceding it with voi like (an interjection meaning "oh! Derivative terms: perkeleellinen "infernal perkelöityä "to escalate". The word is in the same category as other "mild" swear words like "helkkari" or "himskatti". There are also other similar non-offensive constructs like taivahan talikynttilät tallow candles of heaven.