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kneipa Alternative forms: knajpa
noun: {{cs-noun}}
  1. (colloquial) pub
Synonyms: See also hospoda
kočka pronunciation
  • /kotʃka/
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noun: {{cs-noun}}
  1. cat mammal
  2. (colloquial) attractive woman
related terms:
  • kočkovat
  • kocour
  • kočkodan
  • kočkopes
  • kočkovitý
  • kočička
  • kočičí
kokos
noun: {{cs-noun}}
  1. coconut
  2. (colloquial) head
Synonyms: (head) See also hlava#Synonyms
kokot etymology Originally kohout in Czech. pronunciation
  • /ˈko.kot/
noun: {{cs-noun}}
  1. (vulgar) dick highly stupid or contemptible person To je ale kokot!What a prick! On je kokot!He’s a dumbfuck!
kokotina
noun: {{cs-noun}}
  1. (vulgar) bullshit
Synonyms: nesmysl
related terms:
  • kokot
koks etymology Borrowing from German Koks from English cokes.{{R:Rejzek 2007}} pronunciation
  • /kɔks/
noun: {{cs-noun}}
  1. coke solid residue from roasting coal in a coke oven
  2. (informal, slang) cocaine
related terms:
  • koksování {{g}}
  • koksovatelný
  • koksovací
  • koksovna {{g}}
  • koksárenský
komp
noun: {{cs-noun}}
  1. (colloquial) computer programmable electronic device
Synonyms: kompl, počítač
kompl
noun: {{cs-noun}}
  1. (colloquial) computer
Synonyms: komp, počítač
komplex méněcennosti etymology Literally "complex of inferiority". pronunciation
  • /ˈkɔmplɛks ˈmɛːɲɛˌtsɛnɔˌscɪ/
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noun: {{cs-noun}}
  1. inferiority complex
Synonyms: (informal) mindrák
kopírák
noun: {{cs-noun}}
  1. (informal) carbon a sheet of carbon paper
Synonyms: kopírovací papír
related terms:
  • kopie
  • kopírovací papír
  • kopírovat
kór pronunciation
  • /kɔːr/
adverb: {{head}}
  1. (dialectal) especially, when Říkal, že nebude moct asi usnout, kór když je úplněk. - He said that it will be difficult to fall asleep for him, especially, when the moon is full.
Synonyms: zvlášť, obvzlášť, (informal) notabene
interjection: {{head}}
  1. (dialectal, Moravia) intensifier Když bude nějak kór moc škaredě, tož to dělat nebudeme. - If the weather is bad (intensified), we won't do it.
Synonyms: velice, (informal) extra
korba
noun: {{cs-noun}}
  1. The part of a lorry used for the transported freight, load.
  2. (informal) muscleman
kosa etymology From Proto-Slavic *kosa.
noun: {{cs-noun}}
  1. scythe
  2. (colloquial) cold temperature
Synonyms: (cold temperature) kláda, (standard) zima, mráz
antonyms:
  • (cold temperature) hic, vedro, (standard) horko
kotrba
noun: {{cs-noun}}
  1. (colloquial) head
Synonyms: hlava#Synonyms
koukat pronunciation
  • /ˈkɔʊ̯kat/
verb: {{cs-verb}}
  1. (informal) to look
kouknout pronunciation
  • /ˈkɔʊ̯knɔʊt/
verb: {{cs-verb}}
  1. (informal) to look
koza etymology From Proto-Slavic *koza. pronunciation
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noun: {{cs-noun}}
  1. goat
  2. (colloquial) tit woman's breast
krám pronunciation
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  • /ˈkraːm/
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etymology 1 From Middle High German Kram{{R:Machek 1968}} of uncertain origin.{{R:Rejzek 2007}}
noun: {{cs-noun}}
  1. (informal) store
  2. (informal) trifle, bagatelle
etymology 2
noun: {{cs-noun form}}
  1. inflection of kra
kraťasy
noun: {{cs-noun}}
  1. (colloquial) shorts short pants
kráva etymology From Proto-Slavic *korva, from Proto-Indo-European *ḱer- 〈*ḱer-〉. pronunciation
  • /ˈkraːva/
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noun: {{cs-noun}}
  1. cow female domesticated ox or other bovine, especially an adult after she has had a calf
  2. (informal, pejorative) bitch objectionable woman
  3. (informal) big, large object
Synonyms: (objectionable woman) megera, kunda, piča, pizda
kravál
noun: {{cs-noun}}
  1. (informal) noise, racket, tumult, uproar
krchov
noun: {{cs-noun}}
  1. (colloquial) cemetery
Synonyms: hřbitov
kriminál
noun: {{cs-noun}}
  1. (colloquial) nick, slammer (prison)
Synonyms: loch, vězení
related terms:
  • kriminalita
  • kriminálka
  • kriminálník
  • kriminalista
  • kriminalistika
krkatý
adjective: {{cs-adj}}
  1. having a large neck
  2. (colloquial) stingy, niggardly, miserly
Synonyms: lakomý
related terms:
  • krkoun
kruháč
noun: {{cs-noun}}
  1. (colloquial) roundabout (road junction)
Synonyms: kruhový objezd
křen
noun: {{cs-noun}}
  1. horseradish
  2. (vulgar, slang) cockblocker
ksicht etymology From German Gesicht.
noun: {{cs-noun}}
  1. (colloquial) face the front part of the head
Synonyms: obličej, rypák, držka
kudla
noun: {{cs-noun}}
  1. (colloquial) jackknife
  2. (colloquial) knife
Synonyms: (knife) nůž
kůl etymology Common Slavic, from Proto-Slavic *kolъ 〈*kolʺ〉, probably connected with *kolti, originally from Proto-Indo-European *kel-.{{R:Rejzek 2007}} pronunciation
  • /kuːl/
noun: {{cs-noun}}
  1. stake pointed, long, slender piece of wood kůl v plotě
  2. stake timber to which a martyr was affixed to be burned
  3. (volleyball, slang) post supporting the net
Synonyms: sloupek
kunda pronunciation
  • /ˈkun.da/
noun: {{cs-noun}}
  1. (vulgar) vagina, cunt
  2. (vulgar) bird attractive woman, object of sexual attraction
Synonyms: píča, vagína; see also vagína#Synonyms
kurva etymology From Proto-Slavic *kury pronunciation
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noun: {{cs-noun}}
  1. (vulgar) whore prostitute
Synonyms: děvka, šlapka, běhna, prostitutka {{g}}
related terms:
  • kurevník
  • kurvit
  • zkurvysyn
interjection: {{head}}
  1. (vulgar) damn, shit, fuck
Synonyms: sakra, sakryš, zatraceně, proklatě, do hajzlu, do piče, do prdele
kurvit etymology kurva
verb: {{cs-verb}}
  1. (vulgar) to spoil, to botch
  2. (vulgar) {{cs-reflexive}} to fuck around to have sex with many partners
Synonyms: smilnit
kvádro
noun: {{cs-noun}}
  1. (colloquial) tuxedo
lidi
noun: {{cs-noun}}
  1. (colloquial) plural of člověk; people
Synonyms: lidé
litr
noun: {{cs-noun}}
  1. liter (US), litre (UK)
  2. (informal) a thousand crowns Czech currency
Synonyms: (thousand crowns) tisíc, tác, talíř
loch etymology German Loch pronunciation
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noun: {{cs-noun}}
  1. (colloquial) nick, slammer (prison)
Synonyms: kriminál, vězení
love pronunciation
  • /'lɔvɛ/
noun: {{cs-noun}}
  1. (slang) money
lulánek
noun: {{cs-noun}}
  1. (colloquial) penis
Synonyms: (penis) See pyj#Synonyms
majstrštyk etymology From German Meisterstück
noun: {{cs-noun}}
  1. (colloquial) feat a relatively rare or difficult accomplishment
makat
verb: {{cs-verb}}
  1. (informal) to work hard
Synonyms: dřít, lopotit se, pracovat o sto šest
makovice etymology mák
noun: {{cs-noun}}
  1. poppyhead, poppy head
  2. (colloquial) head
Synonyms: See also hlava#Synonyms
malér etymology From French malheur
noun: {{cs-noun}}
  1. (colloquial) trouble Jsme v maléru. Nechci se dostat do maléru. Ještě mě přivede do maléru.
Synonyms: průšvih, průser
mamrd pronunciation
  • /ˈma.mrt/
noun: {{cs-noun}}
  1. (slang, vulgar, ) motherfucker generic term of abuse
  • Doesn't have a feminine form.
marodit etymology marod
verb: {{cs-verb}}
  1. (colloquial) to be ill
Synonyms: stonat, churavět, být nemocný
mašina
noun: {{cs-noun}}
  1. (informal) machine
matika etymology From matematika
noun: {{cs-noun}}
  1. (colloquial) math
matroš
noun: {{cs-noun}}
  1. (colloquial) material
Synonyms: materiál
méďa etymology medvěd
noun: {{cs-noun}}
  1. (colloquial) bear
  2. (colloquial) teddy bear
mekáč
noun: {{cs-noun}}
  1. (slang) McDonald's
melouch
noun: {{cs-noun}}
  1. (colloquial) bywork
  • Implies an illicit, untaxed job.
meloun
noun: {{cs-noun}}
  1. melon
  2. (informal) million crowns million units of Czech currency
Synonyms: (million crowns) milión, mega
mentál
noun: {{cs-noun}}
  1. (colloquial) moron
metrák
noun: {{cs-noun}}
  1. (colloquial) quintal one hundred kilograms
Milan
proper noun: {{head}}
  1. A given name, cognate with Milan
  2. (slang) beer belly, beer gut
míň
adverb: {{head}}
  1. (colloquial) less
Synonyms: méně
antonyms:
  • víc
mindrák {{wikipedia}}
noun: {{cs-noun}}
  1. (colloquial) inferiority complex
mléko Alternative forms: (informal) mlíko pronunciation
  • /ˈmlɛːkɔ/
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etymology From Proto-Slavic *melko, borrowed from Proto-Germanic *meluks, from Proto-Indo-European *h₂melǵ- 〈*h₂melǵ-〉.
noun: {{cs-noun}}
  1. milk
related terms:
  • mléčný {{g}}
  • mlékař {{g}}
  • mlékárna {{g}}
mlíko Alternative forms: (standard) mléko etymology From mléko after the sound change é > í, which occurred only in some words. pronunciation
  • /ˈmliːkɔ/
noun: {{cs-noun}}
  1. (informal) alternative form of mléko
mobil pronunciation
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noun: {{cs-noun}}
  1. (colloquial) mobile, cellular
Synonyms: mobilní telefon {{g}}
močka
noun: {{cs-noun}}
  1. (colloquial) liquid manure
Synonyms: močůvka
mord etymology From German Mord.
noun: {{cs-noun}}
  1. (colloquial) murder
Synonyms: vražda
related terms:
  • mordovat
  • mordýř
morda etymology Cognates include Polish morda.
noun: {{cs-noun}}
  1. muzzle
  2. (vulgar) face
Synonyms: (muzzle) huba, (mouth) huba, držka
mordýř etymology German Mörder
noun: {{cs-noun}}
  1. (colloquial) murderer
Synonyms: vrah
related terms:
  • mord
  • mordovat
motat
verb: {{cs-verb}}
  1. To wind, reel, coil.
  2. (informal) To confuse, mix up, muddle.
  3. (reflexive, se) To stagger, totter.
  4. (reflexive, se) (informal) To be in the way, to mill about.
moucha etymology From Proto-Slavic *muxa, from Proto-Indo-European *mows-, *mus-, *mew-. pronunciation
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noun: {{cs-noun}}
  1. fly
  2. (informal) glitch
mrdačka etymology mrdat
noun: {{cs-noun}}
  1. (vulgar) fuck sexual intercourse
Synonyms: See also soulož#Synonyms
mrdat pronunciation
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verb: {{cs-verb}}
  1. (vulgar) to fuck have sexual intercourse
  2. in older Czech, to move quickly, shake
  3. to insult, to hit
Synonyms: jebat, šukat, souložit; see also souložit#Synonyms
mrdka
noun: {{head}}
  1. (vulgar) semen
mrdník etymology mrdat + ník
noun: {{cs-noun}}
  1. (vulgar) mess disorder
Synonyms: bordel, nepořádek, binec
mrmlat
verb: {{cs-verb}}
  1. (informal) to chunter
mutr
noun: {{cs-noun}}
  1. (colloquial, archaic, rare) mother
Synonyms: matka
antonyms:
  • fotr
mužský etymology muž + ský pronunciation
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adjective: {{cs-adj}}
  1. masculine
antonyms:
  • ženský {{g}}
noun: {{cs-adj}}
  1. (colloquial) man
Synonyms: muž, chlap
antonyms:
  • ženská
nácek
noun: {{cs-noun}}
  1. (colloquial) Nazi
Synonyms: nacista
nadávka
noun: {{cs-noun}}
  1. curse vulgar epithet
nadšený pronunciation
  • (stadard) /ˈnat.ʃɛˌniː/
  • (colloquial) /ˈnatʃɛˌniː/
adjective: {{cs-adj}}
  1. enthusiastic
related terms:
  • nadšení {{g}}
  • nadchnout
narozky
noun: {{cs-noun}}
  1. (colloquial, plurale tantum) birthday anniversary of the day on which someone is born
Synonyms: narozeniny
násoska
noun: {{cs-noun}}
  1. siphon bent pipe or tube with one end lower than the other serving to moves liquid from one reservoir to another
  2. (colloquial) drunkard an addict to alcohol
Synonyms: (drunkard) alkoholik, notorik
nasraný etymology nasrat
adjective: {{cs-adj}}
  1. (vulgar) pissed, pissed off, angry
Synonyms: naštvaný, rozzlobený
nasrat etymology srát
verb: {{cs-verb}}
  1. (vulgar) to piss off to anger
Synonyms: See also rozzlobit
nátěr etymology natřít
noun: {{cs-noun}}
  1. coating, coat
  2. paint
  3. (slang) beating, defeat
natvrdo
adverb: {{cs-adv}}
  1. made hard
  2. remorselessly, openly (about speech) exampleŘeknu vám to natvrdo: bude se propouštět, a to brzy.
  3. (informal) unsuspended (sentence)
nazdar
interjection: {{head}}
  1. (informal) hello
nemakačenko
noun: {{cs-noun}}
  1. (informal) idler, loafer
Synonyms: povaleč, flákač
Němčour
noun: {{cs-noun}}
  1. (colloquial, ethnic slur) German person
Synonyms: Němec
nešika pronunciation
  • /ˈnɛʃɪˌka/
noun: {{cs-noun}}, {{g}} animate
  1. (colloquial) a clumsy person Já jsem taková nešika.
antonyms:
  • šikula
related terms:
  • nešikovný
nosáč
noun: {{cs-noun}}
  1. (informal) Somebody with a big nose.
notabene pronunciation
  • /ˈno.ta.bɛ.nɛ/
adverb: {{cs-adv}}
  1. (informal) especially Ven dnes rozhodně nepůjdu, notabene když prší. - I certainly won't go out today, especially as it's raining. Najít to v té tmě nebude snadné, notabene bez baterky. - It won't be easy to find in the dark, the more so without a torch.
numero
noun: {{cs-noun}}
  1. (archaic, colloquial) number
Synonyms: číslo
related terms:
  • numerický
občanka
noun: {{cs-noun}}
  1. (informal) Alternative form of občanský průkaz.
obšlehnout
verb: {{cs-verb}}
  1. (colloquial) to copy
obtěžovat pronunciation
  • /ˈɔpcɛˌʒɔvat/
verb: {{cs-verb}}
  1. to annoy
  2. to harass
Synonyms: (to annoy) (informal) otravovat, (vulgar) srát
obývák
noun: {{cs-noun}}
  1. (colloquial) living room
Synonyms: obývací pokoj
očař
noun: {{cs-noun}}
  1. (colloquial) ophthalmologist
Synonyms: oftalmolog
odjinud pronunciation
  • (standard) /ˈɔdjɪˌnʊt/
  • (informal) /ˈɔɟɪˌnʊt/
adverb: {{cs-adv}}
  1. from another place
Synonyms: (Moravian dialect) z jinama
odpadkáč etymology From odpadkový koš
noun: {{cs-noun}}
  1. (colloquial) wastebasket
ochlasta
noun: {{cs-noun}}
  1. (colloquial) drinker, drunkard
Synonyms: See also opilec
okno etymology From Proto-Slavic *okъno 〈*okʺno〉. pronunciation
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noun: {{cs-noun}}
  1. window
  2. (colloquial) blackout Mám okno. Co se stalo?
opice pronunciation
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noun: {{cs-noun}}
  1. monkey
  2. ape
  3. (colloquial) hangover
Synonyms: (hangover) kocovina {{g}}
oprsklý
adjective: {{cs-adj}}
  1. (informal) cheeky, disrespectful, pert or saucy.
osmák etymology osmý + ák
noun: {{cs-noun}}
  1. (informal) An eighthgrader.
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