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labagiu etymology From the noun labă (paw) pronunciation
  • /laˈba.d͡ʒiu/
noun: {{ro-noun}}
  1. (slang) jerkoff; a person who masturbates frequently
  2. (slang, by extension) loser, good-for-nothing person
  3. (slang, by extension) bastard, person who gives other people a hard time; asshole
Synonyms: frecangiu, lăbar, (bastard) bulangiu
related terms:
  • a face labă
lăbar etymology From the noun labă (palm / paw) pronunciation
  • [ləˈbar]
noun: {{ro-noun}}
  1. (slang) jerkoff
Synonyms: labagiu
related terms:
  • a face labă
lipsitul pronunciation
  • (formal) [lipˈsitul]
  • (informal) [lipˈsitu]
adjective: lipsítul {{g}}
  1. ro-adj-form of m
  2. ro-adj-form of m
  3. ro-adj-form of n
  4. ro-adj-form of n
mamaie etymology From mamă.
noun: {{head}}
  1. (informal, colloquial) grandmother (mother of someone’s parent)
Synonyms: bunică
masturbator etymology From masturba + tor, after English masturbator. pronunciation
  • [masturbaˈtor]
noun: {{ro-noun}}
  1. masturbator (a person who masturbates)
Synonyms: (a person who masturbates) onanist, malahian, malahist, (slang terms) labagiu
noun: {{ro-noun}}
  1. sex toy (especially one intended for solo use)
mădular etymology From ll medullaris, from Latin medulla.
noun: {{ro-noun}}
  1. limb, member, part
  2. (slang) penis
măicuță etymology Diminutive of maică.
noun: {{ro-noun}}
  1. (popular, informal, familiar) mommy, mummy, mom, mum
Synonyms: mămică
mămică etymology Diminutive of mamă.
noun: {{ro-noun}} (vocative mămico)
  1. (informal, colloquial, familiar) mommy, mummy, mom, mum
Synonyms: măicuță
mărturisitul pronunciation
  • (formal) [mərturiˈsitul]
  • (informal) [mərturiˈsitu]
adjective: mărturisítul {{g}}
  1. ro-adj-form of m
  2. ro-adj-form of m
  3. ro-adj-form of n
  4. ro-adj-form of n
mersi etymology French merci. pronunciation
  • [meɾsi]
interjection: {{head}}
  1. (informal) thanks
miel etymology From Latin agnellus, diminutive of agnus, ultimately from Proto-Indo-European *h₂egʷnos 〈*h₂egʷnos〉. Not to be confused with miere.
noun: {{ro-noun}}
  1. lamb
  2. (slang) cock, penis
Synonyms: (penis) pulă
related terms:
  • mia, mioară
moacă etymology Probably a creative expression based on moc.
noun: {{ro-noun}}
  1. (popular) club, cudgel
  2. (slang) head, nut, pate
  3. (informal) ignorant or foolish person, gink
  4. (familiar) a young lady, miss (but especially one that is somewhat slow or lazy)
Synonyms: (1) măciucă, bâtă, (2) cap, căpățână, (3) prostănac, (4) domnișoară
moașă etymology From the feminine of moș, or possibly from Albanian moshë ‘age’.
noun: {{ro-noun}}
  1. midwife
  2. (colloquial) old woman
muie etymology From the Romany word mui. pronunciation
  • [ˈmu.je]
noun: {{ro-noun}}
  1. (vulgar, slang) blowjob
  2. (usually articulated and used in expressions) mouth
muist etymology muie (blowjob) + suffix -ist pronunciation
  • [ˈmu.ist]
noun: {{ro-noun-old}}
  1. (pejorative) cocksucker, faggot
related terms: masar
muistă etymology Feminine form of muist, literally meaning "cocksucker". pronunciation
  • [ˈmuistə]
noun: {{ro-noun}}
  1. (pejorative) a raunchy woman
  2. a prostitute specializing in fellatio
mulțumitul pronunciation
  • (formal) [multsuˈmitul]
  • (informal) [multsuˈmitu]
adjective: mulțumítul {{g}}
  1. ro-adj-form of m
  2. ro-adj-form of m
  3. ro-adj-form of n
  4. ro-adj-form of n
nasol etymology From Romany nasvalo. pronunciation
  • [ naˈsol ]
adjective: {{ro-adj}}
  1. (of a person) ugly; ridiculous
  2. (of a thing) of poor quality, worn-out
  3. (slang) uncool
Synonyms: urât (1)
nălucitul pronunciation
  • (formal) [nəluˈtʃitul]
  • (informal) [nəluˈtʃitu]
adjective: nălucítul {{g}}
  1. ro-adj-form of m
  2. ro-adj-form of m
  3. ro-adj-form of n
  4. ro-adj-form of n
necăjitul pronunciation
  • (formal) [nekəˈʒitul]
  • (informal) [nekəˈʒitu]
adjective: necăjítul {{g}}
  1. ro-adj-form of m
  2. ro-adj-form of m
  3. ro-adj-form of n
  4. ro-adj-form of n
nemțește etymology neamț + ește
adverb: {{head}}
  1. in a German manner, or in the German language
noun: {{head}}
  1. (colloquial) the German language Ea vorbește nemțește? Does she speak German?
Synonyms: germană
nenorocit etymology Negating prefix ne- (not) + past participle of noroci (to please) or from the verb nenoroci. pronunciation
  • [nenoroˈtʃit]
adjective: {{ro-past-neg}}
  1. (severely) displeased
  2. miserable, deplorable, wretched, unfortunate
noun: {{ro-noun}}
  1. (pejorative) motherfucker
  2. wretch
verb: {{ro-past}}
nouășpe pronunciation
  • /ˈno.wə.ʃpe/
numeral: {{head}}
  1. (informal, cardinal) nineteen
Synonyms: nouăsprezece
nouășpea pronunciation
  • /ˈno.wə.ʃpe̯a/
adjective: {{ro-ord}}
  1. (informal) nineteenth
Synonyms: nouăsprezecea
nouășpelea pronunciation
  • /ˈno.wə.ʃpe.le̯a/
adjective: {{ro-ord}}
  1. (informal) nineteenth
Synonyms: nouăsprezecelea
nouăsprezecea pronunciation
  • /ˈno.wə.spre.ze.t͡ʃe̯a/
adjective: {{ro-ord}}
  1. nineteenth
Synonyms: (informal) nouășpea
nouăsprezecelea pronunciation
  • /ˈno.wə.spre.ze.t͡ʃe.le̯a/
adjective: {{ro-ord}}
  1. nineteenth
Synonyms: (informal) nouășpelea
numitul pronunciation
  • (formal) [nuˈmitul]
  • (informal) [nuˈmitu]
adjective: numítul {{g}}
  1. ro-adj-form of m
  2. ro-adj-form of m
  3. ro-adj-form of n
  4. ro-adj-form of n
obraz Alternative forms: образ (Cyrillic spelling) etymology From a sla language; compare Common Slavic *obrazъ 〈*obrazʺ〉.
noun: {{ro-noun}}
  1. countenance
  2. cheek
  3. (slang) asscheek
Synonyms: (asscheek) bucă
ochi maro etymology Literal translation of English brown eye pronunciation
  • [oˈki.maˌɾo]
noun: {{ro-noun-old}}
  1. (slang, referring to the anus) brown eye
Synonyms: cur
opritul pronunciation
  • (formal) [opˈritul]
  • (informal) [opˈritu]
adjective: oprítul {{g}}
  1. ro-adj-form of m
  2. ro-adj-form of m
  3. ro-adj-form of n
  4. ro-adj-form of n
optșpe pronunciation
  • /ˈopt.ʃpe/
numeral: {{head}}
  1. (informal, cardinal) eighteen
Synonyms: optsprezece
optșpea pronunciation
  • /ˈopt.ʃpe̯a/
adjective: {{ro-ord}}
  1. (informal) eighteenth
Synonyms: optsprezecea
optșpelea pronunciation
  • /ˈopt.ʃpe.le̯a/
adjective: {{ro-ord}}
  1. (informal) eighteenth
Synonyms: optsprezecelea
optsprezecea pronunciation
  • /ˈopt.spre.ze.t͡ʃe̯a/
adjective: {{ro-ord}}
  1. eighteenth
Synonyms: (informal) optșpea
optsprezecelea pronunciation
  • /ˈopt.spre.ze.t͡ʃe.le̯a/
adjective: {{ro-ord}}
  1. eighteenth
Synonyms: (informal) optșpelea
ou etymology From Latin ōvum, from Proto-Italic *ōwom, ultimately from Proto-Indo-European *h₂ōwyóm 〈*h₂ōwyóm〉. pronunciation
  • [ow]
noun: {{ro-noun}}
  1. egg
  2. (slang, usually plural, referring to the testicles) ball(s)
related terms:
  • oua
  • oară
paișpe pronunciation
  • /ˈpaj.ʃpe/
numeral: {{head}}
  1. (informal, cardinal) fourteen
Synonyms: paisprezece
paișpea pronunciation
  • /ˈpaj.ʃpe̯a/
adjective: {{ro-ord}}
  1. (informal) fourteenth
Synonyms: paisprezecea
paișpelea pronunciation
  • /ˈpaj.ʃpe.le̯a/
adjective: {{ro-ord}}
  1. (informal) fourteenth
Synonyms: paisprezecelea
paisprezecea pronunciation
  • /ˈpaj.spre.ze.t͡ʃe̯a/
adjective: {{ro-ord}}
  1. fourteenth
Synonyms: (informal) paișpea
paisprezecelea pronunciation
  • /ˈpaj.spre.ze.t͡ʃe.le̯a/
adjective: {{ro-ord}}
  1. fourteenth
Synonyms: (informal) paișpelea
papă
etymology 1 Borrowed from Latin pāpa (17th century).
noun: {{head}}
  1. pope (head of Roman Catholic Church)
etymology 2 From Latin pappa.
noun: {{ro-noun}}
  1. (childish) food
Synonyms: mâncare
related terms:
  • păpa
parașută etymology From French parachute.
noun: {{ro-noun}}
  1. parachute
  2. (slang) tramp, disreputable woman
păpa etymology Latin pappare pronunciation
  • [pəˈpa]
verb: {{ro-verb}}
  1. (used by children) to eat
  2. (informal, of money or a fortune, etc) to squander, to waste
Synonyms: (to eat): mânca
păsărică etymology Diminutive of pasăre.
noun: {{ro-noun}}
  1. birdie, small bird
  2. (vulgar, slang, pejorative) cunt, pussy
Synonyms: (cunt) pizdă
penis Alternative forms: пенис (Moldovan Cyrillic spelling) etymology From Latin penis. pronunciation
  • [ˈpenis]
noun: {{ro-noun}}
  1. (anatomy) penis
Synonyms: miel (slang), pulă (vulgar), puță (slang), sculă (slang)
related terms:
  • erecție
  • prepuț
  • testicul
  • vagin
penisul pronunciation
  • [ˈpe.ni.sul] (formal)
  • [ˈpe.ni.su] (informal)
noun: {{head}}
  1. {{ro-form-noun}} the penis
  2. {{ro-form-noun}} the penis i-am supt penisul I sucked his penis
pește etymology From Latin piscis, piscem, ultimately from Proto-Indo-European *pisḱ- 〈*pisḱ-〉. pronunciation
  • [ˈpeʃte]
noun: {{ro-noun}}
  1. fish exampleMiroase a pește aici. It smells like fish here.
  2. (slang) pimp
related terms:
  • pescador
  • pescar
  • pescăresc
  • pescărește
  • pescărie
  • pescos
  • pescui
  • pescuină
  • pescuit
  • pescuire
  • pescuț
pișa etymology From vl *pissiāre, present active infinitive of *pissiō, of originally Germanic origin or echoic origin. Cognates include French pisser, Italian pisciare, Aromanian chish, chishari. pronunciation
  • [piˈʃa]
verb: {{ro-verb}}
  1. (slang, reflexive, with accusative) to piss dracu, tre piș. fuck, I have to piss.
  2. (transitive) to piss on; to soak with urine
Synonyms: (to urinate) urina
pizda etymology From a sla language; compare Common Slavic *pizda. pronunciation
  • [ˈpiz.da]
noun: {{ro-noun-def}}
  1. (vulgar) the pussy, the cunt
  2. (vulgar) A term of abuse, especially referring to a woman. Or to a man who is too much of qualities associated with archetype of a femininity in a bad way.
  3. (vulgar) Admiration: I saw a super car! In association with objects the term can be translated as: extraordinary, super, excellent
  4. (vulgar) Adult female
pizdă etymology From a sla language; compare Proto-Slavic *pizda. Ultimately from Proto-Indo-European *písdeh₂ 〈*písdeh₂〉. pronunciation
  • [ˈpizdə]
noun: {{ro-noun}}
  1. (vulgar slang) cunt, pussy the external female genitalia and vaginal opening
  2. (vulgar pejorative) a cunt, bitch an extremely unpleasant woman
  3. (vulgar pejorative) pussy a cowardly or effeminate man
Synonyms: păsărică
plictisitul pronunciation
  • (formal) [pliktiˈsitul]
  • (informal) [pliktiˈsitu]
adjective: plictisítul {{g}}
  1. ro-adj-form of m
  2. ro-adj-form of m
  3. ro-adj-form of n
  4. ro-adj-form of n
poponar etymology Derived from popou pronunciation
  • [popoˈnar]
noun: {{ro-noun}}
  1. (pejorative) faggot, homosexual, tonic Poponarilor le place să sugă pula. Faggots like to suck dicks.
Synonyms: (faggot) curist, fundaș, găozar
related terms:
  • bulangiu
poponaritate etymology From the noun poponar and the suffix -itate pronunciation
  • [po.po.na.riˈta.te]
noun: {{ro-noun}}
  1. (slang) faggotry
pornitul pronunciation
  • (formal) [porˈnitul]
  • (informal) [porˈnitu]
adjective: pornítul {{g}}
  1. ro-adj-form of m
  2. ro-adj-form of m
  3. ro-adj-form of n
  4. ro-adj-form of n
porno etymology English porno pronunciation
  • [ˈpor.no]
adjective: {{ro-adj}}
  1. pornographic
  2. (slang) awesome
This word is not a noun, although it is sometimes used as one. In order to avoid ambiguity, a phrase such as film porno or revistă porno should be used.
pregătitul pronunciation
  • (formal) [preɡəˈtitul]
  • (informal) [preɡəˈtitu]
adjective: {{head}}
  1. ro-adj-form of m
  2. ro-adj-form of m
  3. ro-adj-form of n
  4. ro-adj-form of n
prietenul Alternative forms: prietenu (informal spelling) pronunciation {{ro-pron-ul}}
noun: prietenul {{g}}
  1. {{ro-form-noun}} prietenul meu se numește Anton my friend is named Anton
  2. {{ro-form-noun}}
primitul pronunciation
  • (formal) [priˈmitul]
  • (informal) [priˈmitu]
adjective: primítul {{g}}
  1. ro-adj-form of m
  2. ro-adj-form of m
  3. ro-adj-form of n
  4. ro-adj-form of n
pula pronunciation
  • [ˈpula]
etymology From Latin pulla, feminine of pullus
adverb: {{ro-adv}}
  1. (slang, intensifies adjectives) fucking sunt obosit, în pula mea! I'm fucking tired!
noun: {{head}}
  1. {{ro-form-noun}}
  2. {{ro-form-noun}}
pulă etymology Probably from Latin pulla, feminine of pullus. Compare Aromanian pulã, Catalan and Spanish polla, also Dalmatian pula. An alternate etymology derives it from a Latin root *pūbula < pūbes. pronunciation
  • [ˈpulə]
noun: {{ro-noun-old}}
  1. (vulgar slang) dick, cock the penis A zâmbit el când am pus mâna între coapsele lui și am început să-i dezmierd pula. He smiled when I put my hand between his thighs and started to stroke his dick.
  2. (vulgar, derogatory, used among friends) dick, dickhead Măi pulă, ce faci la opt? Hey dickhead, what are you doing at eight?
  3. (vulgar) nobody Pula știe. Nobody knows.
Although the plural form pule is that which would be found in a dictionary, puli and the other forms based on this plural are more common in spoken language, in part due to the odd sounding duplication of the /e/ sound in pulele.
adverb: {{head}}
  1. fuck no a short, vulgar answer in the negative "Ai ceva bani?" "Pula." Do you have any money ? Fuck no.
Synonyms: (penis) penis, (vulgar, ie. dick, cock) miel (lit. lamb), sculă (lit. tool), mătărângă, pix (lit. pen), (înv.) sulă (lit. awl)
pungă boașelor etymology Literally "the purse of the balls". pungă (generally in the definite form) + boș (definite, plural, genitive form) pronunciation
  • [ˈpun.ɡəˌbo̯a.ʃe.loɾ]
noun: {{ro-noun-old}}
  1. (slang) ballsack
This term is generally used in the definite form punga boașelor.
pupa etymology From Latin root *puppāre. Compare Italian poppare. pronunciation
  • [puˈpa]
verb: {{ro-verb}}
  1. (informal, transitive, or reflexive with accusative) to kiss Te pup dulce.
Synonyms: săruta
related terms:
  • pup
pupic etymology From pup + suffix -ic.
noun: {{ro-noun}}
  1. (informal) kiss
Synonyms: sărut
related terms:
  • pup
  • pupa
puță etymology Various theories exist. Either diminutive of pulă (dick), or from Latin root *putium (compare prepuț), or from root *pubucea, from pubes, or from vl putta, feminine of puttus, superlative of putus. See Spanish, Portuguese puta. pronunciation
  • [ˈputsə]
noun: {{ro-noun}}
  1. (slang, used especially by children as a word for the penis) dicky, wiener, pee-pee, thingy
  2. a small or immature penis
puțoi etymology Derived from puță (a little dick) pronunciation
  • [puˈtsoj]
noun: {{ro-noun}}
  1. (derogatory) an immature male
A "puțoi" is the possessor of a puță, a small or immature penis. Puțoi is used especially to describe a sexually immature boy, or one with a small penis, and is often used as an insult.
rahat etymology From Turkish rahat.
noun: {{ro-noun}}
  1. (slang) crap, shit, excrement
  2. trifle
  3. (of a person, derogatory) squit, failure
  4. Turkish delight (rahat lokum)
Synonyms: (crap) căcat, (trifle) fleac, (low status person) om de nimic
rață etymology Definite origin uncertain. Possibly substratum word, akin to Albanian rosë, or, from South Slavic (compare Serbo-Croatian/Slovene , Serbian dial. , Bulgarian ); compare also Friulian raze.
noun: {{ro-noun-old}}
  1. duck
  2. (slang) urinal (the portable glass one offered in hospitals, due to its shape)
  3. a folk dance
  4. the music which accompanies the folk dance of the same name.
răpitul pronunciation
  • (formal) [rəˈpitul]
  • (informal) [rəˈpitu]
adjective: răpítul {{g}}
  1. ro-adj-form of m
  2. ro-adj-form of m
  3. ro-adj-form of n
  4. ro-adj-form of n
rom pronunciation
  • [rom]
etymology 1 From Romany rom.
noun: {{ro-noun}}
  1. a Romani person, a Rom
Synonyms: țigan (offensive)
etymology 2 From French rhum, German Rum.
noun: {{ro-noun}}
  1. rum
șaișpe pronunciation
  • /ˈʃaj.ʃpe/
numeral: {{head}}
  1. (informal, cardinal) sixteen
Synonyms: șaisprezece
șaișpea pronunciation
  • /ˈʃaj.ʃpe̯a/
adjective: {{ro-ord}}
  1. (informal) sixteenth
Synonyms: șaisprezecea
șaișpelea pronunciation
  • /ˈʃaj.ʃpe.le̯a/
adjective: {{ro-ord}}
  1. (informal) sixteenth
Synonyms: șaisprezecelea
șaisprezecea pronunciation
  • /ˈʃaj.spre.ze.tʃe̯a/
adjective: {{ro-ord}}
  1. sixteenth
Synonyms: (informal) șaișpea
șaisprezecelea pronunciation
  • /ˈʃaj.spre.ze.tʃe.le̯a/
adjective: {{ro-ord}}
  1. sixteenth
Synonyms: (informal) șaișpelea
sal pronunciation
  • [sal]
etymology 1 From Turkish sal, from Persian شال 〈sẖạl〉.
noun: {{ro-noun}}
  1. (rare) shawl, scarf
Synonyms: șal
etymology 2 Shortened form of salut.
interjection: {{head}}
  1. (informal) hey!
  2. (informal) bye!
Synonyms: salut (1, 2), pa (2)
șapteșpe pronunciation
  • /ˈʃap.te.ʃpe/
numeral: {{head}}
  1. (informal, cardinal) seventeen
Synonyms: șaptesprezece
șapteșpea pronunciation
  • /ˈʃap.te.ʃpe̯a/
adjective: {{ro-ord}}
  1. (informal) seventeenth
Synonyms: șaptesprezecea
șapteșpelea pronunciation
  • /ˈʃap.te.ʃpe.le̯a/
adjective: {{ro-ord}}
  1. (informal) seventeenth
Synonyms: șaptesprezecelea
șaptesprezecea pronunciation
  • /ˈʃap.te.spre.ze.tʃe̯a/
adjective: {{ro-ord}}
  1. seventeenth
Synonyms: (informal) șapteșpea
șaptesprezecelea pronunciation
  • /ˈʃap.te.spre.ze.t͡ʃe.le̯a/
adjective: {{ro-ord}}
  1. seventeenth
Synonyms: (informal) șapteșpelea
etymology From Latin . pronunciation
  • [sə]
preposition: {{head}}
  1. (with subjunctive verbs) to Vreau dormi puțin - I want you to sleep a little bit Trebuie mănânc ceva - I need to eat something
  2. (informal) Used with the word o before and subjunctive verbs to form the future tense. O cumpăr o jucărie pentru copilul. I'm going to buy a toy for the child.
  3. (cohortative with subjunctive verbs in first person) let's vedem ce fac George și Rodica! - Let's see what George and Rodica are doing!
  4. (obsolete) if
The formal way to form the future tense is to use vrea/voi as an auxiliary verb with an infinitive. Synonyms: (if) dacă
servus
interjection: {{head}}
  1. (informal, in Transylvania and Northern Moldova) see you (later)!
sfârșitul pronunciation
  • (formal) [sfɨrˈʃitul]
  • (informal) [sfɨrˈʃitu]
adjective: sfârșítul {{g}}
  1. ro-adj-form of m
  2. ro-adj-form of m
  3. ro-adj-form of n
  4. ro-adj-form of n
sictir etymology From Turkish siktir. Compare Bulgarian сиктер 〈sikter〉 and Greek σιχτίρ 〈sichtír〉.
interjection: {{head}}
  1. (vulgar) (usually said as "Hai sictir!") a derogatory expression meaning begone! scram! fuck off! get lost!
slang etymology English slang pronunciation
  • /slanɡ/
noun: {{ro-noun}}
  1. slang
Synonyms: argou
slanguri
noun: {{head}} {{g}}
  1. plural of slang
sloboz etymology From slobozi < slobod < Bulgarian слободен 〈sloboden〉. pronunciation
  • [sloˈboz]
noun: {{ro-noun}}
  1. (vulgar, slang) cum Vreau să-ți simt slobozul în gură. I want to feel your cum in my mouth.
related terms:
  • slobozi
noun: {{ro-noun}}
  1. (vulgar slang) penis
The use of sloboz as slang for penis is less common than as slang for semen, which is the commonly accepted meaning of the younger generations.
slobozi etymology From slobod < Bulgarian слободен 〈sloboden〉, or from Common sla svoboditi. pronunciation
  • (Noun) [sloˈbozʲ]
  • (Verb) [sloˈbo.zi]
noun: {{head}} {{g}}
  1. plural of sloboz
verb: {{ro-verb}}
  1. to release, to free, to unblock
related terms:
  • slobod
verb: {{ro-verb}}
  1. (vulgar, slang) to cum
related terms:
  • sloboz
  • ejacula
slovenul pronunciation
  • [sloˈve.nul]
  • (informally) [sloˈve.nu]
adjective: slovenul {{g}}
  1. ro-adj-form of m
  2. ro-adj-form of m
  3. ro-adj-form of n
  4. ro-adj-form of n
noun: slovenul {{g}}
  1. {{ro-form-noun}}
  2. {{ro-form-noun}}
smecher etymology Possibly Yiddish from שמאָק 〈şmʼáq〉.
noun: {{ro-noun}}
  1. (slang) player, shark, street smart
șmecher etymology From German Schmecker. pronunciation
  • [ˈʃmeker]
Alternative forms: jmecher
noun: {{ro-noun}}
  1. (slang) An individual who can handle any kind of situation, that is always on top of things, is cunning, is intelligent, is street-smart is slick, is a wiseguy. Somebody calm, crafty or deceitful who never backs down.
  2. (slang) someone who makes "easy money" or a lot of money usually by illegal or questionable means but necessarily without hard work.
  3. slick, wiseguy
șmecherie etymology German schmecker pronunciation
  • [ʃmekeˈri.e]
noun: {{ro-noun}}
  1. (slang, refers to deed or an act of slickness, something done with elegance, a trick, a hack. It can also denote a dishonest act typical of tricksters or an action that generates a great profit but isn't quite legal. It can also be used when addressing another as in "Ce faci băi șmecherie?" which translates to "How are you doing slick?".) combination
șoptitul pronunciation
  • (formal) [ʃopˈtitul]
  • (informal) [ʃopˈtitu]
adjective: șoptítul {{g}}
  1. ro-adj-form of m
  2. ro-adj-form of m
  3. ro-adj-form of n
  4. ro-adj-form of n
spermă {{wikipedia}} etymology From French sperme pronunciation
  • [ˈspɛrmə]
noun: {{ro-noun}}
  1. semen Sperma este un fluid organic care este secretat de gonade și alte organe sexuale ale unor organismi masculi și conține spermatozoizi. Sperm is an organic liquid that is secreted by the gonads and other sexual organs of some male organisms and contains spermatozoa.
  2. sperm
Synonyms: (semen, seminal fluid) lichid seminal, sămânță, sloboz (slang)
spoveditul pronunciation
  • (formal) [spoveˈditul]
  • (informal) [spoveˈditu]
adjective: spovedítul {{g}}
  1. ro-adj-form of m
  2. ro-adj-form of m
  3. ro-adj-form of n
  4. ro-adj-form of n
sunetul pronunciation
  • [ˈsu.ne.tul] (formal)
  • [ˈsu.ne.tu] (informal)
noun: {{head}}
  1. Definite nominative form of sunet.
  2. Definite accusative form of sunet.
tare etymology From Latin tālem, accusative of tālis. The sense of "distinguished" or "so great/excellent" in Latin probably eventually became "strong" in earlier Romanian, finally taking on the more literal meaning of "hard" or "tough". Compare also atare. pronunciation
  • [ˈta.re]
adjective: {{ro-adj}}
  1. (of a material) hard, tough, solid Pâinea este foarte tare. The bread is very hard.
  2. (of a person) strong
  3. (of a voice) loud, strong, powerful
  4. fierce, vehement, intense, vigorous
  5. mighty, durable, lasting, sturdy
  6. (colloquial) cool
Synonyms: (hard) dur, (strong) puternic
adverb: {{ro-adv}}
  1. strongly
  2. quickly and well
  3. very
related terms:
  • atare
  • cutare
țigănește etymology Adverbial form of țigănesc.
adverb: {{head}}
  1. in a Gypsy way
  2. in the Gypsy language, in Romani
noun: {{head}}
  1. (colloquial) the Gypsy or Romani language
See the note regarding the use of țigan.
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