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geen sikkepit
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  1. (informal, emphatic) absolutely nothing, nothing at all Ik geloof er geen sikkepit van. I don't believe a single word of it.
geil pronunciation
  • /ɣɛi̯l/
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adjective: {{nl-adj}}
  1. voluptuous, lusty
  2. (chiefly, about males) horny, lusting, randy, sexually focused and/or aroused
  3. (about soil) too fat/ fertile
  4. (about vegetation) too abundantly growing, excessively luscious
  5. (slang) cool Haha, geil
  6. sexy, good looking, pretty
anagrams:
  • lieg
geilig
adjective: {{nl-adj}}
  1. (slang) horny, turned on
  • Not to be (comically) confused with heilig. These two words, having abstractly opposite meanings but similarly pronounced, are often the subject of humour among the Dutch.
gein etymology From Yiddish כיכען 〈kykʻn〉. pronunciation
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noun: {{nl-noun}}
  1. (informal) fun, pleasure, joke
anagrams:
  • enig, neig
geinig pronunciation
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adjective: {{nl-adj}}
  1. (informal) funny
geleuter pronunciation
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noun: {{nl-noun}}
  1. (vulgar, slang) bullshit Wat een geleuter! — What a load of bullshit!
gepeupel etymology From ge + peupel: from French peuple, from Latin populus pronunciation
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noun: {{nl-noun}}
  1. (pejorative) rabble, plebs
gerstenat etymology gerst + -e- + nat pronunciation
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noun: {{nl-noun}}
  1. (colloquial) beer (in the sense of the alcoholic drink only)
Synonyms: bier
anagrams:
  • stagneert
geteisem etymology Borrowed from Yiddish , borrowed from Hebrew חָטָא 〈ẖátáʼ〉. pronunciation
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noun: {{nl-noun}}
  1. (informal) riffraff
giecheltje etymology From giechelen. pronunciation
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noun: {{nl-noun-dim}}
  1. (colloquial) mouth
gifslang Alternative forms: giftslang etymology From gif ‘poison, venom’ + slang ‘snake’. pronunciation
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noun: {{nl-noun}}
  1. A venomous snake, poisonous serpent
related terms:
  • giftand
  • slangengif
  • boomslang
giftslang etymology gift + slang pronunciation
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noun: {{nl-noun}}
  1. alternative form of gifslang
gister etymology Shortening of gisteren, possibly from words such as gistermiddag. pronunciation
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adverb: {{nl-adv}}
  1. (informal) yesterday
Synonyms: gisteren
glans {{wikipedia}} pronunciation
  • /ɣlɑns/
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noun: {{nl-noun}}
  1. glistening, shimmer, shine
  2. (optics) gloss
verb: {{nl-verb-form}}
  1. nl-verb form of glanzen
  2. nl-verb form of glanzen
anagrams:
  • langs, slang
godverdomme etymology From God + verdoemen. Literally meaning 'God dammit'. It expresses the wish that God damns. The -me is not the pronoun me, but is the Dutch suffix to indicate a subjunctive. It originated as a quick prayer that was never finished because it was not accepted by the religious authorities. pronunciation
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interjection: {{nl-interj}}
  1. (vulgar) Goddamn!
  2. (vulgar) fuck!
  3. (less vulgar) damnation
related terms:
  • nondedju
goednieuwsshow etymology From goed ‘good’ + nieuws ‘news’ + show ‘show’.
noun: {{nl-noun}}
  1. (pejorative) a widely communicated story that minimalizes or negates the underlying problems De regering en Nationale Bank voeren een goednieuwsshow op: er is geen economische crisis, alleen een tijdelijke pauze in het vooruitzicht van nieuwe groei. The gouvernment and the National Bank are giving a good news show: (they say that) there is no economic crisis, only a temporary pauze in anticipation of new growth.
goei etymology From Middle Dutch goed, from odt guot, from Proto-Germanic *gōdaz, from Proto-Indo-European *gʰedʰ-. Cognate to West Frisian goed, English good, German gut, Danish god.
adjective: {{nl-adj}}
  1. (informal) alternative form of goed; good Dit is een goeie informatiebron. This is a good source of information.
antonyms:
  • slecht
descendants:
  • Afrikaans: goeie
goeie pronunciation
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adjective: {{nl-adj-form}}
  1. (informal, spoken) nl-adj form of infl
goochem etymology From Yiddish חכם 〈ẖkm〉. pronunciation
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adjective: {{nl-adj}}
  1. (informal) smart, cunning
gortig pronunciation
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adjective: {{nl-adj}}
  1. (informal) over the top, excessive, (ridiculously) demanding
Synonyms: grof, brutaal
gozer etymology From Yiddish חתן 〈ẖţn〉, from Hebrew חָתָן 〈ẖáţán〉. pronunciation
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noun: {{nl-noun}}
  1. (informal, Netherlands) guy, boy
anagrams:
  • zorge
graf {{wikipedia}}
etymology 1 From odt *graf, from Proto-Germanic *grabą, *grabō, from Proto-Indo-European *gʰrābʰ-. Compare Low German Graf, Graff, German Grab, West Frisian grêf, English grave, Danish grav, Icelandic gröf. pronunciation
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noun: {{nl-noun}}
  1. grave
related terms:
  • graven
etymology 2 From French grave. Most likely influenced by Dutch erg which can mean "serious, grave" as well as "very". The alternative form graaf, also slang, has the same origin and meaning, but stays closer to the original French pronunciation. pronunciation {{rfp}}
adverb: {{nl-adv}}
  1. (slang) very Dat is graf duur — That's very expensive
griet pronunciation
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etymology 1 An onomatopoeia.
noun: {{nl-noun}}
  1. alternative form of grutto (the bird godwit)
etymology 2 From the Dutch girl's name Margriet, cognate with English Margaret.
noun: {{nl-noun}}
  1. (informal) girl, (young or any) female, often derogatory: broad
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  1. short for margriet, an apple variety
etymology 3 An euphemistic alteration of god in curse words, to remove the blasphemous nature.
noun: {{nl-noun}}
  1. euphemism for God, notable as an alternative for blasphemous cursing
etymology 4
noun: {{nl-noun}}
  1. {{taxlink}}, brill a fish species
anagrams:
  • gerit, giert
groetjes pronunciation
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noun: {{head}}
  1. nl-noun form of pl
interjection: {{nl-interj}}
  1. (informal) regards (often used at the end of a letter/email) Hey, groetjes! - Regards!
gruwelijk etymology From gruwel + lijk. pronunciation
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adjective: {{nl-adj}}
  1. terrible, brutal Het dorpje was geschokt door een gruwelijke moord — The small village was shocked by a brutal murder
  2. (colloquial) awesome Wat vind je van mijn auto?- Gruwelijk! — How do you like my car?- It's awesome!
gvd'en etymology From GVD, a shortened form of godverdomme.
verb: {{nl-verb}}
  1. (colloquial) To curse.
Synonyms: vloeken
haatbaard etymology From haat ‘hate’ + baard ‘beard’. pronunciation
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noun: {{nl-noun}}
  1. (pejorative) radical muslim
hakken
etymology 1
verb: {{nl-verb}}
  1. to hack, chop
related terms:
  • gehakt
etymology 2
noun: {{head}}
  1. nl-noun form of pl
etymology 3 {{rfe}} {{wikipedia}}
noun: {{nl-noun}}
  1. (slang) a style of dance originating from the Dutch hardcore and gabber scene
verb: {{nl-verb}}
  1. to dance in a style originating from the Dutch hardcore or gabber scene. Toet toet, boing boing, hakke en zage, zage en hakke, hopla d'r uit -- Gabber Piet - Hakke & Zage 1996 Strak strak in m'n trainingspak pak, kijk eens hoe ik hak hak, lekker uit m'n dak, tot in de vroege morgen. -- Hakkûhbar - Supergabber 1997
hartstikke pronunciation
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adverb: {{nl-adv}}
  1. (informal) very
heen pronunciation
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adverb: {{nl-adv}}
  1. away De baron gaf den koetsier een wenk en het rijtuig rolde heen. The baron gave the coachman a sign and the carriage rolled away.
  2. (postpositional) to, towards Waar ga ik heen? Where am I going?
  3. (slang) gone, outside the boundaries of the norm Hij was echt ver heen toen. He was already too far gone. (could imply being drunk or having lost his mind)
antonyms:
  • vandaan
related terms:
  • heen en weer
heerszucht etymology From heersen ‘to rule’ + zucht ‘pathological desire’. Cognate with German Herrschsucht. pronunciation
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noun: {{nl-noun}}
  1. (pejorative) pathological desire to rule
Synonyms: (desire to rule) regeerzucht
helemaal pronunciation
  • /ˌɦeːləˈmaːl/
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adverb: {{nl-adv}}
  1. completely
  2. (colloquial) anyway Wie ben jij nu helemaal? — Who are you anyway?
hemmetje {{attention}} pronunciation
  • /ˈɦɛ.mə.tjə/
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etymology Spelling following the informal pronunciation of hemdje.
noun: {{nl-noun-dim}}
  1. (colloquial) shirt, blouse
Although originally the same as hemdje, the meaning has shifted to designate a woman’s (under)wear only. Synonyms: hemdje
hermandad etymology From Spanish hermandad. pronunciation
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noun: {{nl-noun}}
  1. (slang) police
het bekijken
verb: {{nl-verb}}
  1. (colloquial) to get stuffed, to forget it implying "I'm out of here" Bekijk het maar, ik heb hier geen zin meer in! Forget it, I can't be bothered with this anymore!
het doen
verb: {{nl-verb}}
  1. (intransitive) to function, to work
  2. (intransitive, colloquial) to have sex, to do "it"
hijs pronunciation
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contraction: {{head}}
  1. (colloquial) contraction of hij + is. Nee, man. Hijs Pools.: No, buddy. He's Polish.
verb: {{nl-verb-form}}
  1. nl-verb form of hijsen
  2. nl-verb form of hijsen
hoer etymology From Middle Dutch hoere, hoer, from odt *huora, from Proto-Germanic *hōrǭ, from Proto-Indo-European *kāro-, *keh₂ro- 〈*keh₂ro-〉. Cognate with German Hure, English whore, Danish hore. pronunciation
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noun: {{nl-noun}}
  1. (derogatory) whore
descendants:
  • Afrikaans: hoor
anagrams:
  • hore
hokken pronunciation
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noun: {{head}}
  1. nl-noun form of pl
verb: {{nl-verb}}
  1. (informal) to live together unmarried, shack up
hol pronunciation
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etymology 1
noun: {{nl-noun}}
  1. A hole, hollow, cavity
  2. (nautical) A cargo hold
  3. (vulgar) An anus, arsehole; both anatomical senses of butt Dat zal je hol deerlijk bezuren, rekel! Your arse will pay dearly for that, scamp!
  4. Any other bodily cavity
  5. A dug-out animal dwelling, such as a rabit's or badger's burrow
  6. (figuratively) An unsanitary and/or unpleasant place
  7. An artificial opening such as a slit
Synonyms: (hole) gat, opening, (arse) aars, gat, reet, (dug-out animal dwelling) leger, burcht, pijp, (cavity) holte, uitsparing
adjective: {{nl-adj}}
  1. hollow, having an empty space inside
antonyms:
  • vol, gevuld
  • solide
etymology 2
noun: {{nl-noun}}
  1. A run, the action running
verb: {{nl-verb-form}}
  1. nl-verb form of hollen
  2. nl-verb form of hollen
etymology 3 unknown, perhaps cognate with hill
noun: {{nl-noun}}
  1. A small height in the landscape, such as
    1. a hill (like the Utrecht city wall ruins)
    2. a sloping road (as in Rotterdam)
homo etymology From homoseksueel. pronunciation
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noun: {{nl-noun}}
  1. (neutral, not offensive) gay, homosexual
  2. (offensive, derogatory) Used as a general slur.
The word is a general, neutral and somewhat informal term for a homosexual person. It is used as a slur by some, but either the term, or its use in this way, this can be considered offensive. Because the word itself is not inherently offensive or vulgar, some people may take offense at the implication that homosexuality is something negative and shameful that could be used as a derogatory term. This depends, of course, on a particular person's attitude towards homosexuality. Compare similar usage of English gay.
hoofddoekjesbelasting etymology From hoofddoekje + belasting.
noun: {{nl-noun}}
  1. tax on headscarves
Synonyms: kopvoddentaks (offensive)
hoofdpijn {{wikipedia}} pronunciation
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noun: {{nl-noun}}
  1. headache
Synonyms: (informal) koppijn
hooligan {{wikipedia}} etymology Borrowing from English pronunciation
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noun: {{nl-noun}}
  1. (pejorative) hooligan
hoteldebotel etymology From Yiddish עבר ובטל 〈ʻbr wbtl〉. pronunciation
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adjective: {{nl-adj}}
  1. (informal) mad, crazy
hou je smoel
phrase: {{head}}
  1. (vulgar) shut (the fuck) up
Synonyms: hou je bek, hou je waffel, houd je mond, stil, bek dicht
hufter pronunciation
  • /ˈɦʏftər/
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noun: {{nl-noun}}
  1. (vulgar, pejorative) (Male) jerk, asshole. Die hufter parkeert vaak gewoon op de stoep! That jerk often just parks on the sidewalk!
Synonyms: klootzak
huishouden etymology From huis + houden. pronunciation
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verb: {{nl-verb}}
  1. to do housekeeping; keep house
  2. (pejorative) to make a shambles
noun: {{nl-noun}}
  1. housekeeping
  2. household
anagrams:
  • houden huis
idd
adverb: {{nl-adv}}
  1. (Internet, slang) abbreviation of inderdaad indeed
intrappen pronunciation
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verb: {{nl-verb}}
  1. To kick in. Trap die deur in! - Kick in that door!
  2. (colloquial) To put in. Trap die kussens even in de bus. - Put those cushions in the truck, would you?
anagrams:
  • trappen in
is pronunciation
  • /ɪs/
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verb: {{nl-verb-form}}
  1. nl-verb form of zijn; is, equals Twaalf min drie is negentwelve minus three equals nine
adverb: {{head}}
  1. (informal, dialect) misspelling of es
anagrams:
  • si
jajem etymology From Yiddish יין 〈yyn〉. pronunciation
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noun: {{nl-noun}}
  1. (informal) jenever
janhaver etymology contraction, without capitals, of Jan Haver, the eponymous lead character of Cremers' 1875 novel; Jan is equivalent to John, haver means oats
noun: {{nl-noun}}
  1. (humorous) The whip
Synonyms: (de) zweep {{g2}}
related terms:
  • janhagel {{g2}}
  • stokhaver {{g2}}
janken pronunciation
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verb: {{nl-verb}}
  1. to whine
  2. (informal) to cry
jatten etymology From Yiddish יד 〈yd〉, ידיים 〈ydyym〉 pronunciation
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verb: {{nl-verb}}
  1. (informal) to nick, to steal
Synonyms: pikken, stelen
noun: {{nl-noun}}
  1. (informal) hands, fingers
    • Blijf met je jatten van mijn eten af!
jetser
noun: {{nl-noun}}
  1. (slang, vulgar, chiefly, in the plural) A woman's breast.
je weet toch
phrase: {{head}}
  1. (slang) you know
je weet zelf
phrase: {{head}}
  1. (slang) you know (could be seen as the Dutch equivalent of "you know what I'm sayin'")
joch pronunciation
  • /jɔx/
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noun: {{nl-noun}}
  1. (informal) a young fellow (with informal diminutive, like 'kop', 'koppie')
Synonyms: jongen
joe
interjection: {{nl-interj}}
  1. (colloquial) bye Joe! - Bye!
joet {{wikipedia}} etymology From Yiddish י 〈y〉. pronunciation
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noun: {{nl-noun}}
  1. (informal) tenner
johnny's en marina's
noun: {{nl-noun}}
  1. (Belgium, pejorative) common, ordinary young people
Synonyms: sjonnies en anita's
jongen etymology From jong. Cognate with German Jungen. pronunciation
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noun: {{nl-noun}}
  1. A boy, any male kid
  2. (in the plural: jongens) Members of a male 'peer' group, e.g. a military unit
  3. (slang, used in the vocative) A dude, a colloquial term of address for a man
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  1. nl-noun form of pl
related terms:
  • jongeman {{g2}}
  • jongeheer {{g2}}
  • jongere {{g2}}
  • jonkheer {{g2}}, jonker {{g2}}
noun: {{head}}
  1. nl-noun form of pl
verb: {{nl-verb}}
  1. (intransitive) To give birth, have offspring, i.e. deliver one or more young
  2. (figuratively, intransitive) To multiply, grow
jongens pronunciation
  • /ˈjɔ.ŋə(n)s/
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etymology Germanic, cognate with young, youngster
noun: {{head}}
  1. nl-noun form of pl
  2. (colloquial) guys, a form of address for a group of male persons or a group of mixed male and female persons. Hoi jongens! - Hey guys!
interjection: {{nl-interj}}
  1. boy!
Synonyms: deksels!
jonko pronunciation
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noun: {{nl-noun}}
  1. (colloquial) joint Steek die jonko op. - Light that joint
jood {{wikipedia}} pronunciation
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etymology 1 From Middle Dutch jode, from odt *judo, from Latin Iūdaeus, from Ancient Greek Ἰουδαῖος 〈Ioudaîos〉.
noun: {{nl-noun}}
  1. Jew (adherent of Judaism)
  2. (slang) betrayer
  3. (slang) power abuser
etymology 2 From Latin iodium.
noun: {{head}}
  1. iodine
Synonyms: (iodine) jodium
jota {{wikipedia}} pronunciation
  • /ˈjoː.taː/
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etymology From Ancient Greek ἰῶτα 〈iō̂ta〉. The sense "small amount" developed in reference to a phrase in the New Testament: Eer de hemel en aarde vergaat, zal er niet één jota of één tittel vergaan van de wet.until heaven and earth pass away, not an iota, not a dot, will pass from the Law (Mt 5:18), iota being the smallest letter of the Greek alphabet.
noun: {{nl-noun}}
  1. iota Greek letter
  2. (negative polarity item) iota small amount Ik snap er geen jota van. I don’t understand a thing of it.
Synonyms: (small amount) snars, (vulgar) bal, reet, hol
juut etymology From jood, with the connotation to attempt to gain an unfair price in a business deal. It is used because the police fine people as a punishment. pronunciation
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noun: {{nl-noun}}
  1. (slang) police agent, cop
jwt
abbreviation: {{rfc-header}} {{head}}
  1. (slang) Short for je weet toch, only in written language.
jwz
abbreviation: {{rfc-header}} {{head}}
  1. (slang) Short for je weet zelf or "zellef", only in written language.
kaffer etymology Arabic كافر 〈kạfr〉 pronunciation
  • /ˈkɑ.fər/
noun: {{nl-noun}}
  1. (originally) An infidel from the Muslim viewpoint
  2. (offensive) A black person, notably a (Southern African) Bantu.
  3. (abusive) A stupid person, numskull
Synonyms: (black person) neger, zwarte, nikker, (stupid person) (steen)ezel {{g2}}, uilskuiken {{g2}}
kak
noun: {{nl-noun}}
  1. (vulgar) shit
  2. (vulgar, informal) arrogance
Synonyms: (shit) poep
pronunciation
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verb: {{nl-verb-form}}
  1. nl-verb form of kakken
  2. nl-verb form of kakken
kalken etymology From kalk. pronunciation
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verb: {{nl-verb}}
  1. to apply chalk
  2. (informal) to write
kaneelstokje pronunciation
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noun: {{nl-noun-dim}}
  1. nl-noun form of dim
  2. (colloquial) penis Zit je nou aan je kaneelstokje? - Are you touching your penis?
Synonyms: piemel
kanen pronunciation
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verb: {{nl-verb}}
  1. (colloquial) to eat, munch
anagrams:
  • naken
kanker- etymology From kanker.
prefix: {{head}}
  1. (extremely, vulgar) fucking, damned
kankeren pronunciation
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verb: {{nl-verb}}
  1. (mildly, offensive) to grouse, to complain
kankerlijder Alternative forms: kankerlijer pronunciation
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noun: {{nl-noun}}
  1. (possibly, vulgar) cancer patient
This word is rarely used because of the extremely offensive nature of the alternative form kankerlijer. Synonyms: kankerpatiënt
kankerlijer etymology Informal alternative form of kankerlijder. pronunciation
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noun: {{nl-noun}}
  1. (extremely, vulgar) motherfucker. Literally a person who suffers from cancer.
kappen
etymology 1 The slang sense may have a distinct (unknown) etymology
verb: {{nl-verb}}
  1. (transitive) To cut hair and model it
  2. (transitive) To chop, as with an ax
  3. (transitive) To cut down, fell (e.g. a tree)
  4. (figuratively) (in kappen op ...) (intransitive) To criticize
  5. (colloquial) (intransitive) To cease, give up, stop
  6. (slang) To talk; notably
    1. (intransitive) To plead
    2. (transitive) To speak (a) slang
etymology 2
noun: {{head}}
  1. nl-noun form of pl (senses hood etc.)
verb: {{nl-verb}}
  1. (transitive) To fit (someone) with a (fabric) hood, cap etc.
  2. (transitive, figuratively) To trick (someone), play a prank on ...
  3. (transitive) To dress, fit with a hairstyle or headdress
  4. (transitive) To cover (something) with a (heavy) hood, casing etc.
etymology 3 Alternative forms: kabben
verb: {{nl-verb}}
  1. (transitive) To young, notably have piglet
related terms:
  • kabbelen (verb)
anagrams:
  • knappe
kapsones etymology Ultimately from Hebrew גאותנות 〈gʼwţnwţ〉. {{rfscript}} pronunciation
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noun: {{nl-noun}}
  1. (informal, plurale tantum) hubris
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kei- etymology From kei in the combination keihard, which was then interpreted as a general intensifying prefix.
prefix: {{head}}
  1. (colloquial) extremely, damn
Sometimes the word is written separately with a space between it and the following word.
keigoed etymology From kei + goed. pronunciation
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adjective: {{nl-adj}}
  1. (colloquial) damn good
Synonyms: steengoed
kits pronunciation
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noun: {{head}}
  1. nl-noun form of pl
adjective: {{nl-adj}}
  1. (colloquial) in order, okay
klaarkomen etymology From klaar ‘ready’ + komen ‘to come’. pronunciation
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  1. (rare) to get ready; (followed by met -)finish a task, to be finished Deze brug is vorige maand eindelijk klaargekomen. This bridge finally reached completion last month.
  2. (slang, colloquial) to come, to cum (to have an orgasm; to ejaculate)
anagrams:
  • komen klaar
kleerkast Alternative forms: klerenkast etymology From kleren + kast pronunciation
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noun: {{nl-noun}}
  1. wardrobe
  2. (informal) a well-built and strong man
Synonyms: kledingkast
kleinburgerij etymology From kleinburger + ij. pronunciation
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noun: {{nl-noun}}
  1. (pejorative) petty bourgeoisie
related terms:
  • burgerij
klep pronunciation
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noun: {{nl-noun}}
  1. hatch
  2. visor
  3. valve
  4. (slang) mouth
verb: {{nl-verb-form}}
  1. nl-verb form of kleppen
  2. nl-verb form of kleppen
anagrams:
  • plek
kleppen pronunciation
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  1. (informal) to chatter
Synonyms: kallen, kletsen
noun: {{head}}
  1. nl-noun form of pl
klere pronunciation
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etymology Contraction of kolere, formerly also spelled colère. The modern Dutch term for the disease is cholera.
noun: {{nl-noun}}
  1. (obsolete or offensive) cholera
klerelijer etymology klere + lijer pronunciation
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  1. (vulgar, offensive) motherfucker (objectionable or despicable person), literally "cholera sufferer"
Synonyms: kankerlijer
klerewijf etymology From klere + wijf. pronunciation
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noun: {{nl-noun}}
  1. (vulgar) woman with cholera
kletskop etymology Germanic: from High German Glatzkopf, itself from Glatz 'bald head; baldie' (from glatt 'slick, smooth', cognate with Dutch equivalent glad) + Kopf 'head' (cognate with Dutch equivalent kop) pronunciation
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  1. A bald head
  2. (metonymy) A bald person (usually said of a man)
  3. A type of cookie, somewhat resembling a bald head in aspect
Synonyms: (head) kale kop {{g2}}, (person) kaalkop {{g2}}, kale {{g2}}
related terms:
  • koppen {{g2}}
klooien etymology unknown, apparently Germanic; possibly related to klooi pronunciation
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  1. To (give a) beat(ing)
  2. To mess around
  3. (vulgar) To sleep with, i.e. share the bed, with; to fuck
Synonyms: (beat, hit) slaan, afrossen, (fuck) neuken
noun: {{head}}
  1. nl-noun form of pl
anagrams:
  • kolonie
kloot etymology From odt *klōt, from Proto-Germanic *klautaz. Cognate with English cleat. Related to Dutch kluit and klont. pronunciation
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  1. (dated) sphere, ball
  2. (informal) testicle
Synonyms: (sphere, ball) bal, bol, (testicle) teelbal, testikel
anagrams:
  • lookt
kloothommel pronunciation
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noun: {{nl-noun}}
  1. (slang) asshole, from kloot meaning "testicle" and hommel meaning "bumblebee".
klootzak etymology From kloot ‘testicle’ + zak ‘sack, bag’. pronunciation
  • /ˈklotzɑk/
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  1. (literally, dated) A ball sack.
  2. (coarse, , vulgar) A common term of abuse for a man, similar to bastard, arse-hole. Voor wat voor klootzak houden die klootzakken Jan, een crimineel? What kind of bastard do those arse-holes take John for, a criminal?
klos pronunciation
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etymology 1 From Middle Dutch closse.
noun: {{nl-noun}}
  1. spool, bobbin
  2. wooden or metal reel or similar object
  3. hardwood beam for sewing into plank, notably oak
  4. (slang) testicle
  5. klutz, clumsy person
  6. target, victim (of a problem or joke)
  7. lump, clod
  8. cocoon,chrysalis
  9. corn cob
  10. fir-cone
  11. horse's (lower) legs; protuberance thereupon
Synonyms: (spool, bobbin) spoel, bobbijn, (testicle) kloot, teelbal, testikel, (klutz) klungel, knoeier, lomperd, lomperik, (target, victim) dupe, kind van de rekening, sigaar, slachtoffer
etymology 2 An onomatopoeia. Alternative forms: klots
interjection: {{nl-interj}}
  1. The sound of clumsily placed, heavy footwear.
etymology 3 Unknown
noun: {{nl-noun}}
  1. {{gloss-stub}} A certain spirit (drink)
anagrams:
  • slok
klote- etymology From klote.
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  1. (vulgar) shit, fucking, damned
knallen pronunciation
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verb: {{nl-verb}}
  1. to bang, pop
  2. (colloquial) to fire, shoot
  3. (informal) to do something intensely, fire up exampleO, dat feest wordt echt knallen! Oh, that party is going to be a blast! exampleWe gaan echt even knallen deze wedstrijd, jongens! We're going to give 110% this match, guys!
  4. (vulgar) To fuck
noun: {{head}}
  1. nl-noun form of pl
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