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It doesn't appear in a dictionary, however it seems to be a used word (like a vulgar version of cooler/better/funnier is what I can guess from the context?)

А звучит ебовее чем Б

It also might be derived from ебать but it's hard to guess the actual meaning.


I asked this guy who wrote something like in the example, and he told me it was мат.

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  • please provide some context. Where you heard/encountered this?
    – shabunc
    May 22 '15 at 5:44
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    I'm Russian and hear this word for the first time. The most common мат word used to mean "good" is пиздатый (comparative: пиздатее) and "very good" is охуенный (comparative is охуеннее, but this form is not often used). May 25 '15 at 20:31
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You're right, it's a rude word for "cooler", "better". ебовее is a comparative form of the adjective ебовый that, in turn, is derived from the verb ебать.

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    Never heard both of them. Which region they are used in?
    – UVV
    May 22 '15 at 8:11
  • Thanks. I just want to ask if it can be taken always as positive? Or is just like "extrem" (either bad or good)?
    – c.p.
    May 22 '15 at 8:33
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    @c.p. words of this kind don't always have a precise meaning. It's a verbalized emotion, like in English "that's a fuck of a movie!", which could only be interpreted in context.
    – Quassnoi
    May 22 '15 at 9:09
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    @UVV, actually, I don't know where they are used. I think I heard it long time ago. Neither me, nor people who I know don't use it.
    – Ivan
    May 22 '15 at 17:21
  • @Ivan if you don't mind me correcting your English it should be "Neither me nor people I know use it"
    – UVV
    May 23 '15 at 7:35

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