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oudoom etymology Germanic, from Middle Dutch (also oudeoom), itself from oud 'old, ancestral' + oom 'uncle' pronunciation
  • /ˈɑu̯tom/
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noun: {{nl-noun}}
  1. A great-uncle, brother of one's grandparent, uncle of one's parent
  2. (humorous) Any old man, gramps
related terms:
  • oudgrootvader {{g2}}
  • oudovergrootvader {{g2}}
  • oudoverouder {{g2}}
  • oudvader {{g2}}
  • overoudvoorouder {{g2}}
  • oudgrootmoeder
  • oudmoeder
  • oudtante, oudmoei
ouwe pronunciation
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adjective: {{nl-adj-form}}
  1. (informal) nl-adj form of infl
noun: {{nl-noun}}
  1. (informal) man, mate Hé, ouwe - Hey, man Bedankt, ouwe - Thanks, mate Boks, ouwe
  2. (informal) father, old man Weet je zeker dat je ouwe dit goedvindt? - Are you sure your old man approves of this?
paar pronunciation
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noun: {{nl-noun}}
  1. pair, couple
  2. (informal) few, some Hier hebben ze een paar van die batterijen. They have some of those batteries here.
anagrams:
  • raap
verb: {{nl-verb-form}}
  1. nl-verb form of paren
  2. nl-verb form of paren
paardenlul etymology paarden + lul
noun: {{nl-noun}}
  1. (vulgar, slang) you horse's dickhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?gl=NL&hl=nl&v=3ak6AmAn_cY&feature=related
pakken pronunciation
  • /ˈpɑ.kə(n)/
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noun: {{head}}
  1. nl-noun form of pl
verb: {{nl-verb}}
  1. to take pak mijn hand — take my hand
  2. to pack, to compact
  3. to wrap up
  4. (vulgar) to fuck
paranoia {{wikipedia}} pronunciation
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noun: {{nl-noun}}
  1. (psychology) paranoia
adjective: {{nl-adj}}
  1. (informal, slang) paranoid
parasiet {{wikipedia}} etymology From Latin parasitus. pronunciation
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noun: {{nl-noun}}
  1. (biology) parasite Luizen, vlooien en andere vampiers zijn bloedergerlijke parasieten Lice, flees and other vampires are bloody annoying parasites
  2. (figuratively, pejorative) parasite, someone who relies on others to get things done. Werkloze steuntrekkers worden vaak parasieten genoemd Unemployed dole-drawers are often called parasites
Synonyms: (someone who relies on others) tafelschuimer
related terms:
  • parasitair
  • parasiteren
  • parasitologie
pasen etymology From English pass. pronunciation
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verb: {{nl-verb}}
  1. (colloquial) To give, to pass
pegel etymology From odt *pegil, from Proto-Germanic *pagilaz. See also peil, from the same origin.
noun: {{nl-noun}}
  1. icicle
  2. (informal) a euro
Synonyms: (icicle) ijspegel
pejoratief etymology From French péjoratif pronunciation
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noun: {{nl-noun}}
  1. pejorative
adjective: {{nl-adj}}
  1. pejorative
penose etymology From Yiddish פּרנסה 〈ṗrnsh〉. pronunciation
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noun: {{nl-noun}}
  1. (informal) underworld
anagrams:
  • opeens
pezen etymology From pees. Compare German pesen. pronunciation
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verb: {{nl-verb}}
  1. (informal) To run or walk quickly.
  2. (informal) To work with considerable effort.
  3. (slang) To have sexual intercourse.
piemelnaakt etymology piemel 'pecker, penis' + naakt 'naked'{{attention}}
adjective: {{nl-adj}}
  1. (vulgar) stark naked
piep pronunciation
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interjection: {{nl-interj}}
  1. squeak, peep
adjective: {{nl-adj}}
  1. (informal) {{short for}}
verb: {{nl-verb-form}}
  1. nl-verb form of piepen
  2. nl-verb form of piepen
piepa
noun: {{nl-noun}}
  1. (informal, familiar) papa
pies pronunciation
  • /ˈpis/
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noun: {{nl-noun}}
  1. (slang) alternative form of pis; piss.
anagrams:
  • peis
pijpen pronunciation
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  • [ˈpɛipən]
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noun: {{head}}
  1. nl-noun form of pl
verb: {{nl-verb}}
  1. to whistle; to hum; to blow (as in to play a wind instrument) Naar iemands pijpen dansen. - (litt. To dance after someone's piping.) To do as one is told.
  2. (colloquial) to fellate, to blow, to suck Pijp m'n stijve Suck my stiffy
Synonyms: (to whistle, blow or hum) fluiten, (to blow, fellate, suck) fellatio doen, likken, fluiten, pfeifen
pik pronunciation
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  • /pɪk/
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etymology 1 Germanic, cognate with Danish, see above
noun: {{nl-noun}}
  1. pick, pickaxe
  2. (informal) penis Ik smeekte hem zijn pik terug in mijn kontje te stoppen.
  3. A down, prejudiced attitude against someone who is thus 'picked on', especially from a position of authority
verb: {{nl-verb-form}}
  1. nl-verb form of pikken
  2. nl-verb form of pikken
etymology 2
noun: {{nl-noun}}
  1. pitch, black material
Synonyms: pek {{g2}}
anagrams:
  • kip
pinda etymology From Papiamento pienda, from Kongo; see pinder. Sense 4 is from the relatively neutral term pindachinees from the 1930s, which was later pejoratively applied to people from East Asia in general, including Indonesians who came en masse to the Netherlands in the late 1940s. pronunciation
  • /ˈpɪnda/
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noun: {{nl-noun}}
  1. a peanut, the nut-like pod containing the edible seed(s) of a leguminous plant Pinda's groeien onder de grond Peanuts grow underground
  2. (botany) the annual herb Arachnis hypogea, which produces the above
  3. {{g2}} the above seeds, gathered to be eaten as a snack or processed into food products
  4. (pejorative, ethnic slur) people from East Asia, most commonly Chinese and Indonesians
Synonyms: aardnoot {{g2}}, aardpimpernoot {{g2}}, apennootje {{g2}}, grondnoot {{g2}}, Lombokker {{g2}}, olienoot {{g2}}, piendel {{g2}} (cognate), aardpimpernoot {{g2}}
pis pronunciation
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noun: {{nl-noun}}
  1. (vulgar) piss
verb: {{nl-verb-form}}
  1. nl-verb form of pissen
  2. nl-verb form of pissen
pisbak etymology From pis + bak pronunciation
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noun: {{nl-noun}}
  1. (informal) urinal
Synonyms: urinoir
pisnijdig
adjective: {{nl-adj}}
  1. (informal) livid, furiously angry
pissen pronunciation
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verb: {{nl-verb}}
  1. (colloquial) to piss
Synonyms: piesen, plassen, zeiken
plakka
noun: {{nl-noun}}
  1. (slang) money
pleite {{attention}}===Etymology=== {{rfe}} pronunciation
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adjective: pleite predicative only
  1. (informal) gone
verb: {{nl-verb-form}}
  1. nl-verb form of pleiten
pleuren
verb: {{nl-verb}}
  1. (informal) to fling or hurl, to throw forcefully
  2. (informal) to insert with force
  3. (informal) to plunge, to fall with noise
  4. (informal) to rain hard
Synonyms: (to fling) smijten, (to rain hard) stortregenen
PLORK
abbreviation: {{rfc-header}} {{head}}
  1. (slang) "nice body, ugly face" (short for prettig lichaam ontzettende rotkop) Wat een P.L.O.R.K., zeg.
plu etymology {{clipping}}.
noun: {{nl-noun}}
  1. (colloquial) umbrella
poep pronunciation
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noun: {{nl-noun}}
  1. (colloquial, Belgian) butt, bottom, behind, rear-end, hiney, tush
  2. (uncountable) shit
  3. fart
  4. (nautical) a vessel's stern
Synonyms: (butt) achterste, achtereind, achterwerk, gat, kont, reet, (shit) drek, schijt, kak, (fart) scheet
verb: {{nl-verb-form}}
  1. nl-verb form of poepen
  2. nl-verb form of poepen
poepen
etymology 1 Probably an onomatopoeia (compare to pop); possibly associated like poep with Latin puppis (compare poop deck, French poupe)
verb: {{nl-verb}}
  1. (Netherlands) to defecate; to shit
  2. (obsolete) to fart
  3. (vulgar, southern Low Countries) to fuck (to copulate)
  4. (Netherlands) to give birth
Synonyms: (defecate) kakken, schijten, (fuck) neuken, vogelen, (give birth) baren
related terms:
  • poepsjiek {{pos a}}
etymology 2 See poep.
noun: {{head}}
  1. nl-noun form of pl
poes pronunciation
  • /pus/
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noun: {{nl-noun}}
  1. female cat
  2. cat of either sex
  3. (derogatory) vagina
  4. (derogatory) woman or girl
anagrams:
  • epos, pose, soep
ponem etymology Borrowing from Yiddish from Hebrew פנים 〈pnym〉. pronunciation
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noun: {{nl-noun}}
  1. (informal) the face
poot pronunciation
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noun: {{nl-noun}}
  1. (anatomy) limb (arm or leg) of an animal (sometimes human) Spinnen hebben acht poten. Spiders have eight legs.
  2. (slang) leg or foot Geen poot hebben om op te staan. Not having a leg to stand on.
  3. (slang) hand Blijf met je poten van me af! Keep your hands off me!
  4. leg of an object, e.g. furniture Een kruk met drie poten. A stool with three legs.
  5. (vulgar, derogatory) homosexual
Although using poot to denote limbs of humans in normally considered rude, there are some exceptions in case of idioms (Op zijn achterste poten staan. To get up on one's hind legs.)
verb: {{nl-verb-form}}
  1. nl-verb form of poten
  2. nl-verb form of poten
pop pronunciation
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etymology 1
noun: {{nl-noun}}
  1. doll
  2. cocoon, pupa
  3. (colloquial) guilder
verb: {{nl-verb-form}}
  1. nl-verb form of poppen
  2. nl-verb form of poppen
etymology 2 From English pop, possibly through shortening of popmuziek.
noun: {{nl-noun}}
  1. pop, pop music
porknokker
noun: {{nl-noun}}
  1. (slang, Suriname) A smallscale, one-man open pit gold mining operation.
porno pronunciation
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noun: {{nl-noun}}
  1. porn
  2. (slang) use of the word to say someone is hot in an attractive way
pornografisch etymology From pornografie + isch.
adjective: {{nl-adj}}
  1. pornographic
  2. (by extension) lewd, obscene
Synonyms: (obscene) obsceen, ontuchtig
pot pronunciation
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noun: {{nl-noun}}
  1. jar, pot
  2. (Belgium) cooking pot
  3. (pejorative) dyke (lesbian)
Synonyms: (cooking pot) kookpot
verb: {{nl-verb-form}}
  1. nl-verb form of potten
  2. nl-verb form of potten
anagrams:
  • top
preispelling etymology prei + spelling pronunciation
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noun: {{nl-noun}}
  1. (colloquial) Sometimes the official () and sometimes the alternative () spelling. Like the colours of a leek.
prik pronunciation
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noun: {{nl-noun}}
  1. sting, prick
  2. (uncountable) fizz, carbonation
  3. lamprey
  4. (medicine, informal) injection
verb: {{nl-verb-form}}
  1. nl-verb form of prikken
  2. nl-verb form of prikken
proefkonijn etymology proef + konijn pronunciation
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noun: {{nl-noun}}
  1. (literary) a rabbit used for animal testing.
  2. (informal) guinea pig (test subject) Ik ben proefkonijn geweest voor een nieuw middel tegen malaria. I have been a guinea pig for a new drug against malaria. Ik maak deze soep voor de eerste keer, dus jij bent mijn proefkonijn. I have never made this soup before, so you are my guinea pig.
pulsen etymology It is derived from the name of a moving company Abraham Puls & Sons, employed by the Nazi-led Dutch police to pillage and empty the homes of the 140,000 Jew of the Netherlands during the Holocaust. pronunciation
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verb: {{nl-verb}}
  1. (slang) to violently dispossess, to loot, to destroy property and environment, of Jew in particular.
punani etymology From Jamaican Creole English punaany.
noun: {{nl-noun}}
  1. (slang) The female genitalia.
Synonyms: kut, poes
ranzig etymology Ultimately from Latin rancidus. Alternative forms: ransig pronunciation
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adjective: {{nl-adj}}
  1. rancid
  2. (colloquial) dirty, unclean
Synonyms: (rancid) rans
ratelslang {{wikipedia}} etymology ratel ‘rattle’ + slang ‘snake’ pronunciation
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noun: {{nl-noun}}
  1. (zoology) rattlesnake (poisonous snake with a rattling tail)
rechten etymology Germanic, from recht, cognate with German Recht, also from the adjective recht. {{rfe}} pronunciation
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verb: {{nl-verb}}
  1. To seek justice, notably:
    1. To sue judicially
    2. To contend by argument etc.
  2. To straighten
  3. To erect, raise
Synonyms: (seek justice) recht zoeken, (seek justice, judicial only) procederen, (straighten) rechtmaken, rechttrekken (both cognate), (erect) oprichten (cognate)
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  1. nl-noun form of pl
  2. (academic subject, colloquial) law De uitdrukking ‘rechten’ stamt uit het universitair onderwijs in de middeleeuwen toen men aan de juridische faculteiten zowel wereldlijk (vooral Romeins) recht als het canoniek recht kon studeren. The appellation ‘laws’ derives from the university-level education in the middle ages, when at the law colleges one could study secular (mainly Roman) law as well as canon law.
Synonyms: (academic subject) rechtsgeleerdheid
rees pronunciation
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noun: {{nl-noun}}
  1. (informal) diarrhea Ben je aan de rees, Piet? - Do you have the squits, Pete?
verb: {{nl-verb-form}}
  1. nl-verb form of rijzen
reet etymology From rijten pronunciation
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noun: {{nl-noun}} (sometimes {{g2}})
  1. A rip-up spot, tear; cleft, crack, crevice De kat krabde reten in het behang. The cat tore up the wallpaper to shreds.
  2. (vulgar) The butt crack, arse, anus
  3. (by extension, vulgar) The butt, behind
  4. (by extension, vulgar) (in geen reet nothing at all) nothing
Synonyms: (crack) kier, spleet, (arse-hole) aars, gat, hol
verb: {{nl-verb-form}}
  1. nl-verb form of rijten
anagrams:
  • eert, eter, teer, tere, tree
regeerzucht etymology From regeren ‘to govern; to rule’ + zucht ‘pathological desire’. Cognate with German Regiersucht.
noun: {{nl-noun}}
  1. (pejorative, dated) pathological desire to rule
De onverzaadelyke regeerzugt van Stilicho en Rusinus, die 't gansche ryk geschud heeft. (Holl. Maatsch. d. Weetensch. 6, p. 217; 1761) The insatiable desire to rule of Stilicho and Rusinus that shaked the whole empire.
  1. (pejorative) pathological desire to govern
Synonyms: (desire to rule) heerszucht
rieken etymology From Middle Dutch rieken, from odt riekan, from Proto-Germanic *reukaną. Compare English reek, German riechen, Danish ryge. See also the doublet ruiken. pronunciation
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  1. (formal) to stink
  2. (Belgium, informal) to smell (i.e. to produce, give off a smell)
  3. (Belgium, informal) to smell (i.e. to sense a smell)
Synonyms: ruiken
anagrams:
  • inkeer, kieren, reiken
ringslang {{wikipedia}} etymology ring ‘ring’ + slang ‘snake’ pronunciation
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noun: {{nl-noun}}
  1. grass snake
rof etymology English rough.
adjective: {{nl-adj}}
  1. (slang) rough
Roffa
proper noun: {{nl-proper noun}}
  1. (slang) Rotterdam
rooi pronunciation
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etymology 1 From rooi, a colloquial or dialectal form of rood.
adjective: {{nl-adj}}
  1. (informal) red
etymology 2
verb: {{nl-verb-form}}
  1. nl-verb form of rooien
  2. nl-verb form of rooien
rooie pronunciation
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adjective: {{nl-adj-form}}
  1. nl-adj form of infl
noun: {{nl-noun}}
  1. A redheaded person
  2. A socialist, a communist
  3. (informal) A thousand-guilder bill, short for rooie rug 'red back' (the colour of the underside of the bill).
verb: {{nl-verb-form}}
  1. nl-verb form of rooien
Synonyms: (adj) rode, (noun) roodharige
roskop Alternative forms: rossekop etymology ros + kop: ros 'red' (especially said of hair: ginger) + kop 'head' (mainly said of animals, hence fit for abuse) pronunciation
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noun: {{nl-noun}}
  1. (pejorative) A redhead, ginger.
Synonyms: roodharige {{g2}}, rossaard {{g2}}, rosse {{g2}}, vuurtoren {{g2}}
related terms:
  • rosbaard {{g2}}
  • rosheid
  • rossig (adjective)
rotzooi etymology From rot + zooi. pronunciation
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noun: {{nl-noun}}
  1. (colloquial) mess
  2. (colloquial) rubbish, garbage
Synonyms: puinhoop, rommel, troep, zooi
ruft pronunciation
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noun: {{nl-noun}}
  1. (vulgar) fart
Synonyms: scheet, bout
anagrams:
  • turf
rukbunker pronunciation
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noun: {{nl-noun}}
  1. (colloquial) bed
rukken pronunciation
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noun: {{head}}
  1. nl-noun form of pl
verb: {{nl-verb}}
  1. to jerk
  2. (informal) to jerk off
anagrams:
  • kurken
rukker etymology rukken 'to jerk' + -er pronunciation
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noun: {{nl-noun}}
  1. (literally) A yanker, one who pull hard
  2. (slang) A wanker, jerker: euphemism for a masturbator
  3. (slang, by extension) A jerk; any person
Synonyms: (literal) trekker {{g2}}, (slang) lul {{g2}}
rus
etymology 1 Germanic, from Middle Dutch rusch, rosch, ruysch, risch, resch; however the Juncaceae plants may constitute a parallel etymology Alternative forms: rusch (obsolete), rosch, ruisch, risch, resch (all obsolete)
noun: {{nl-noun}}
  1. A sod, turf of soil, grass, reed or other vegetation
  2. The graminal plant {{taxlink}} or {{taxlink}}
  3. A grass-like plant, (bul)rush, notably of the genera Juncus and Luzula.
  4. (slang) police detective
Synonyms: (sod) plag, zode, (Armeria species) pastoorsgras {{g2}}, (plant rush) bies, bloembies, veldbies
etymology 2 Germanic?
adjective: {{head}}
  1. alternative form of ruis
schaafwond etymology From schaven + wond pronunciation
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noun: {{nl-noun}}
  1. (colloquial) skin abrasion, excoriation
scheef pronunciation
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  • /sxeːf/
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adjective: {{nl-adj}}
  1. crooked, not level or straight
  2. (informal) weird, not right
scheet pronunciation
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noun: {{nl-noun}}
  1. (vulgar) fart
  2. (humorous) a windy quantity, a bit
Synonyms: wind, ruft, bout, (windy quantity) zucht
related terms:
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verb: {{nl-verb-form}}
  1. nl-verb form of schijten
anagrams:
  • schete
schijt etymology From Middle Dutch schite, from Proto-Germanic *skītaz. Related to schijten. Compare English shit, West Frisian skyt, Low Saxon Schiet, German Scheiße, Swedish skit. pronunciation
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noun: {{nl-noun}}
  1. (vulgar) shit (solid excretory product evacuated from the bowel)
related terms:
  • schijten
verb: {{nl-verb-form}}
  1. nl-verb form of schijten
  2. nl-verb form of schijten
schijten etymology From Middle Dutch schiten, from odt *skītan, from Proto-Germanic *skītaną, from Proto-Indo-European *skeyd, *sḱeyd- 〈*sḱeyd-〉. Cognate with Low German schieten, German scheißen, English shit, shite, West Frisian skite, Danish skide. pronunciation
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  • /ˈsxɛi̯.tə(n)/
verb: {{nl-verb}}
  1. (vulgar) to shit, to poop Schatje, ik bewonder een creatief vrouwtje in de slaapkamer van tijd tot tijd, alleen over me heen schijten was toch iets te...extravagant. Darling, I admire a creative whim in the bedroom now and then, but shitting on me was a bit...extravagant. schijten als een reiger to have diarrhoea
Synonyms: poepen
related terms:
  • broekschijter
  • bescheten
  • beschijten
  • scheet
  • schijter
  • schijtert
  • schijt
  • schijterij
  • schijthuis
  • schijtlaars
  • schijtlijster
  • uitschijten
schijterd etymology From schijten + erd pronunciation
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noun: {{nl-noun}}
  1. (slang) coward, wuss
Synonyms: lafaard, bangerik
schijtert pronunciation {{hyphenation}}
noun: {{nl-noun}}
  1. (slang) coward, wuss
  2. misspelling of schijterd
related terms:
  • schijten
Synonyms: lafaard, bangerik
schijt hebben aan
verb: {{nl-verb}}
  1. (idiomatic, vulgar) to be profoundly indifferent towards, to not care even a little bit, to not give a shit about. Ik heb schijt aan deze opmerkingen. — I don't give a damn about those remarks. Toen kreeg hij een schijt aan bepaalde dingen. — Then he stopped giving a shit about certain things.
A less vulgar equivalent would be lak hebben aan.
schijthuis etymology From schijten ‘to shit’ + huis ‘house’.
noun: {{nl-noun}}
  1. (vulgar) shithouse, outhouse
  2. term of abuse for a coward
Synonyms: (outhouse) secreet {{g2}}, (coward; vulgar terms) broekschijter, schijtlaars, schijtlijster, platbroek
schijtlaars etymology From schijten ‘to shit’ + laars ‘boot, footwear’ pronunciation
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noun: {{nl-noun}}
  1. (vulgar) term of abuse for a coward
Synonyms: broekschijter {{g2}}, schijthuis {{g2}}, schijtlijster {{g2}}, platbroek, schijterd
schijtlijster etymology root of schijten 'to shit' + lijster 'thrush' (a reputedly timid bird species) pronunciation
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noun: {{nl-noun}} {{g2}}
  1. (vulgar) term of abuse for a coward
Synonyms: broekschijter {{g2}}, schijthuis {{g2}}, schijtlaars {{g2}}, platbroek, schijtbroek
schijtluis etymology schijt + luis pronunciation
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noun: {{nl-noun}}
  1. (informal) Term of abuse for a coward
Synonyms: bangeschijter, broekschijter, schijtlaars, schijtlijster, platbroek
schlemiel etymology From Yiddish. pronunciation
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noun: {{nl-noun}}
  1. (informal) schlemiel
schoft pronunciation
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noun: {{nl-noun}}
  1. (slang, pejorative) bastard, trash, a person with no moral
schorpioen etymology From Middle Dutch scorpioen, from Old French scorpion, from Latin scorpiō, from Ancient Greek σκορπιᬝος 〈skorpiᬝos〉. pronunciation
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noun: {{nl-noun}}
  1. (zoology) A scorpion, an arachnid with a venomous sting
  2. (history) The scorpio, an ancient single-arm catapult
  3. (figuratively, pejorative) A vicious, dangerous person; tormentor
  4. Vernacular names for other species:
    1. any lizard
    2. the {{vern}}, {{taxlink}}
    3. a certain weed; shortened from the derived term schorpioenkruid
schuif etymology From Middle Dutch schuuf, from schuiven. pronunciation
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noun: {{nl-noun}}
  1. drawer
  2. bolt, to lock a door etc.
  3. slide, moving or moveable
  4. shove
  5. Something shoven; a portion of sorts
  6. (slang) mouth
Synonyms: (drawer) la, (bolt) grendel
verb: {{nl-verb-form}}
  1. nl-verb form of schuiven
  2. nl-verb form of schuiven
schurkenstaat {{wikipedia}} etymology schurk + -en- + staat pronunciation
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noun: {{nl-noun}}
  1. (pejorative) rogue state
serpent {{wikipedia}} etymology Borrowing from Old French serpent, from Latin serpēns, from the verb serpō, from Proto-Indo-European *serp-. pronunciation
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  1. (archaic) snake {{g2}}
  2. an unpleasant, spiteful person {{g2}}
  3. (musical instruments) serpent {{g2}}
Synonyms: slang {{g2}} (1, 2)
anagrams:
  • persten, strepen
sikkepit pronunciation
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noun: {{nl-noun}}
  1. (informal) very little, next to nothing
Mostly used in a negative form, i.e. geen sikkepit
sjansen pronunciation
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verb: {{nl-verb}}
  1. (informal) to flirt
Slang etymology From slang.
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  1. (constellation) Serpens
related terms:
  • Kop van de Slang
  • Staart van de Slang
slang
etymology 1 From Middle Dutch slange, from odt slango, from Proto-Germanic *slangô. pronunciation
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  • /slɑŋ/
noun: {{nl-noun}}
  1. snake
  2. hose (flexible tube)
Synonyms: (snake) serpent
etymology 2 From English slang.
noun: {{nl-noun}}
  1. language specific to one social group, slang
anagrams:
  • glans, langs
slangen pronunciation
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  1. nl-noun form of pl
Slangendrager etymology From slang ‘snake’ + drager ‘carrier’.
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  1. (zodiac constellations) Ophiuchus
slangengif {{wikipedia}} Alternative forms: slangengift etymology slang + -en- + gif pronunciation
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noun: {{nl-noun}}
  1. snake venom poison that a serpent administers through its fangs
related terms:
  • giftslang {{g2}}
  • slangenbeet {{g2}}
  • slangennest {{g2}}
  • giftand {{g2}}
  • giftigheid {{g2}}
  • tegengif {{g2}}
  • vergif {{g2}}
slangengiffen
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  1. nl-noun form of pl
Synonyms: slangengiften
slangengift Alternative forms: slangengif etymology Germanic: slang ‘snake’ + -en- + gift ‘gif’, 'poison, venom' (from geven 'to give, administer'- compare the second component of antidote)
noun: {{nl-noun}}
  1. A snake poison, the venom a snake administers trough its fangs
related terms:
  • giftslang {{g2}}
  • slangenbeet {{g2}}
  • slangenkuil {{g2}}
  • giftand {{g2}}
  • giftigheid {{g2}}
  • tegengift {{g2}}
  • vergift {{g2}}
slangengiften
noun: {{head}}
  1. nl-noun form of pl
Synonyms: slangengiffen
slangetje pronunciation
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noun: {{nl-noun-dim}}
  1. nl-noun form of dim
slangetjes pronunciation
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noun: {{head}}
  1. nl-noun form of pl
slangs
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  1. nl-noun form of pl
slee {{wikipedia}} pronunciation
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etymology 1 From older slede with the frequent loss of intervocalic -d- (cf. kou vs. koude ["cold"]; mee vs. mede ["with"]). Alternative forms: (sleigh) slede
noun: {{nl-noun}}
  1. sled, sleigh, wheelless vehicle which glides on land
  2. (slang) A large/prestigious car
Synonyms: (car) bolide
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  1. nl-verb form of sleeën
  2. nl-verb form of sleeën
etymology 2
noun: {{nl-noun}}
  1. The spiny shrub sloe, Prunus spinosa
  2. {{g2}} Its stony fruit
Synonyms: sleedoorn {{g2}}, sleepruim (fruit only)
etymology 3 Alternative forms: sleeuw
adjective: {{nl-adj}}
  1. stiff, cramped
  2. blunt
  3. sour
Synonyms: stroef, bot, stomp, wrang, zuur
related terms:
  • sleeuwig
  • sleeuwigheid
anagrams:
  • lees
smoel pronunciation
  • /smul/
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noun: {{nl-noun}}
  1. (informal) mouth
  2. (informal) look, appearance
related terms:
  • hou je smoel
snavel {{wikipedia}} etymology From gmw *snu, imitative root related to the nose and breath.Per Watkins. See also German schnauben, schnaufen, and Schnupfen. pronunciation
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noun: {{nl-noun}}
  1. beak
  2. (derogatory) mouth Hou je snavel! -- Shut your mouth!
anagrams:
  • slaven
snotneus etymology snot + neus ‘nose’ pronunciation
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noun: {{nl-noun}}
  1. snotty nose, often symptomatic of a cold
  2. (metonymy, pejorative) brat, whippersnapper, rather helpless/irresponsible youngster
  3. a specific kind of oil lamp
Synonyms: (brat) snotaap
soos pronunciation
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noun: {{nl-noun}}
  1. (informal) shortened form of sociëteit
spaghettivreter etymology spaghetti + vreter, vreter ("eater (rude)") being a derivative of vreten ("eat (rude)") pronunciation
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noun : {{nl-noun}}
  1. (pejorative, ethnic slur) dago, wop (person of Italian descent)
Synonyms: pizzavreter
spleet etymology from splijten 'to split' pronunciation
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noun: {{nl-noun}}
  1. crack, cleft, split
  2. fissure, slit
  3. (vulgar) anus; vagina
Synonyms: (crack) kier, reet, (anus; vagina) gat, hol, reet
verb: {{nl-verb-form}}
  1. nl-verb form of splijten
anagrams:
  • sleept, speelt, splete, tepels
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