Here are some links about, for or on Italian profanity or swear words:
ITALIAN INSULTS, PROFANITY OR SWEAR WORDS
- How do I swear in Italian ? – "" – Source: insults.net – "We're dedicated to bringing you some interesting, informative, humourous, educational, you name it - insults, insulting quotes, sayings, putdowns and acidic quotations !"
- Italian Insults – "Cursing & Swearing Dictionary" – "" – Source: Found in the International Cursing and Swearing Dictionary section – "This twisted dictionary serves the sole purpose of "enhancing" our vocabularies so that we may properly interact with our international neighbors. Bear in mind that literal translations of English expressions to foreign expression often equate to senseless gibberish. If your goal is to insult or offend, you must use words that make sense! Therefore, this dictionary has been compiled from various, global sources since 1991 for an attempt at improved accuracy. - See more at: http://www.vnutz.com/curse_and_swear#sthash.L79SvKxq.dpufThis twisted dictionary serves the sole purpose of "enhancing" our vocabularies so that we may properly interact with our international neighbors. Bear in mind that literal translations of English expressions to foreign expression often equate to senseless gibberish. If your goal is to insult or offend, you must use words that make sense! Therefore, this dictionary has been compiled from various, global sources since 1991 for an attempt at improved accuracy." – on the VnutZ.com Domaim
- Italian Swear Words – Jessica’s 8 Favorites – April 14th, 2008 – by Jessica [Spiegel] – Source: Italy section of whyGo, Part of the BootsnAll Travel Network – "ONE-STOP INDIE TRAVEL GUIDE EST. 1998"
- Italian Swear Words pt. 2 – Readers’ Choice – June 2nd, 2008
- Pardon my Italian! Learn Italian Swear Words and Profanity – JUL 30 2012 – "" – Source: Importance of Italian – "Importance of Italian Language – Why it’s Important to Learn Italian"
- Profanity in Italian: A Brief Study with Observations – January 6th, 2013 – blogger: Nate Kreuter – Source: 3 x 3 in Cullowhee – "Nate Kreuter's Digital Seine. The Rhetoric. The Pedagogy. The Profession. Weird Stuff."
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- Italian Swear Words – "" – "Swearing - Ever want to know how people swear, cuss, or curse in another language, or learn about swearing and other profanity in your own language? We have over 200 swear languages with swears and expletives in them. Some of [t]he languages are crazy. See how people use their own bad language!" – Source: YouSwear.com – "When Foreign People Swear!"
- List of profanities in Italian language – "Italian language is considered a language with a large set of inflammatory terms and phrases, almost all of which originate from the several dialects and languages of Italy, such as the Tuscan dialect, which had a very strong influence in modern standard Italian, which is widely known to be based on Florentine language. Several of these words are cognates to other Romance languages, such as Portuguese, Spanish, Romanian and French. Profanities differ from region to region, however a number of them are diffuse enough to be more closely associated to Italian language and featured in all the more popular Italian dictionaries." – "" – Source: Wikipedia – "The Free Encyclopedia" – In multiple languages
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- SEE ALSO:
- Info on Italian Phrases *, dated, Friday, July 06, 2007
- Info about about Italian Expressions *, dated Friday, May 25, 2007
- Info on Italian slang *, dated Friday, February 02, 2007
- Info on Italian Proverbs / Proverbi *, dated Tuesday, July 25, 2006
- Info on Italian Language Survival Phrases +*, dated Tuesday, August 15, 2006
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That's it for Sunday, 21 February 2016: domenica, 21 febbraio 2016
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