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What is the Russian word that sounds like "bleen"

It's блин, literally "pancake". It's a minced oath for блядь (literally "whore"), a Russian swear word.
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Why do phonetically same Russian and Polish obscenities mean very different things?

If you deal with languages that split quite recently, about 1000 years ago or even later as it was for the Slavic languages, you will definitely encounter the false friends, a phenomenon every ...
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How to say "fuckers" in Russian

"Твари" or "мрази" are the best words I can think of. Neither of them are truly obscene, though. The genitalia-derived obscenities offered in other answers have something comical about them, not ...
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What is the Russian word that sounds like "bleen"

I'm a native Russian. I think, "bleen" is less rude word than "blyat". It sounds more like "shit", "fuck", "damn it". We use "bleen" in our ...
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What is the 12th Russian exception verb?

I'm not aware about a verb any native speaker would think of immediately. Пиздеть is not one of them. These exceptions have -е-/-а- in their infinitive endings and unstressed -и- in personal forms. ...
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What is the meaning of this Russian profanity?

Ёпта is a lax rendition of ёб твою мать (literally, "(I) fucked your mother"), which can serve as an interjection or a filler phrase in quite a variety of cases. "Ёпта мохнатка" is ...
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Exact meaning of "припизженный"

This is a variation of припизднутый and припизденный and is related to припиздь "quirk, eccentricity". Drummond's dictionary defines it as "mad, crazy". I would personally use it ...
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"Отведать тунца" - what does this idiom mean?

It's a rhyming euphemism for соснул хуйца (sucked a dick), in other words - failed miserably and in a very humiliating fashion. That said I honestly never heard it. It's just that it's immediately ...
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How to say "fuckers" in Russian

It's уёбок or ушлёпок. I'd go with уёбки (singular уёбок) or уебаны (singular уебан) - this is exactly something like fuckers. It's comparably more neutral than ебанат, there's also word долбоёб ...
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How to say "fuckers" in Russian

The people above try to get a rough translation, while in this situation I would look for an equivalent, not exact translation I would go with one of the following somewhat mild variations Сволочи (...
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How to say "fuckers" in Russian

I think "суки" would go good in this situation. It is plural of "сука" which means "female dog" but also has a meaning "bitch" and can be applied not only to female persons.
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Why do phonetically same Russian and Polish obscenities mean very different things?

For to get drunk Russian too does have a verb based on this stem only modified - наебЕНИться or наебАШИться, наебаться (наебнуться) in its turn has additional meaning of to fall over, to hit oneself ...
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Exact meaning of "припизженный"

I've heard it and used it many times myself — the closest synonyms are ебанутый, ёбнутый, мудацкий. Припи́здеть is to 'beat/strike/knock down', припи́зженный means ‘deformed, ugly, weirdly abnormal, ...
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What is the 12th Russian exception verb?

Everyone who learned in Russian school tried to memorize this list of irregular verbs by means of a verse like this, where the actual order can vary to some extent (but usually any version starts with ...
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"А не пошло бы оно всё на ..." What is the difference from "пошло оно всё на..."?

It's the same as if the English fuck you were framed as Why wouldn't you go and fuck yourself / fuck off? Wouldn't you rather ....? OR How about you fuck off / yourself? It's to express either ...
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What should I do with non-Russian proper names that sound like Russian swear words?

As for Chinese names, it actually very rarely happens, and your example is not an exception, considering transcription and pronunciation rules for both Russian and Latin pinyin transcriptions (your ...
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What should I do with non-Russian proper names that sound like Russian swear words?

There are some regulations about the use of business labels, or geographic object names. Many of the newspapers will type the name in Russian as it is. This would make people laugh, but you cannot ...
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"А не пошло бы оно всё на ..." What is the difference from "пошло оно всё на..."?

This is definitely a practical structure, used in everyday life. One use of "а не ... бы ..." is to convey a conjunctive (subjunctive) mood, like in this particular case. Another use is to soften ...
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How to say "fuckers" in Russian

Just take explicit-language-aware translations of Hollywood war movies and look at situations what would suit you. Two lists of movies and download link. https://oper.ru/trans/?pp - "proper ...
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Why does "охуенно" mean "great" but "хуёвый" mean "bad"

All previous answers miss the point. Охуенный and хуёвый mean different things because they are so similar to отменный and дерьмовый. Somebody took the adjective отменный and made the taboo word ...
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Why does "охуенно" mean "great" but "хуёвый" mean "bad"

In addition to comprehensive answers provided above, I would like to add examples when nouns хуй and пизда (specifically in singular, nominative case) can be used to express negative meaning. Хуй can ...
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Exact meaning of "припизженный"

The meaning of припизженный is extremely dependent on the context. It can mean: weird shy abused shell-shocked physically injured psychopathic and much more in different situations. It's better to ...
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Как правильно - "наебну́лся" или "наёбнулся"?

Несмотря на то, что обе формы без приставки на существуют: ёбнулся и ебану́лся (c буквой а), с приставкой "правильной" (общеупотребимой и не режущей слух) является только наебну́лся
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What is the meaning of this Russian profanity?

To add to other users' extensive answers, I would note that the syntactic relationship of the profane phrase to the rest of the sentence is not clear and might as well be absent. A lot of Russian ...
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What is the Russian word that sounds like "bleen"

Gosh, some people say bleen when they realize that someone else can hear them and don't want to swear out loud. But since these words sound similar, and bleen simply means crêpe/pancake, while the ...
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What is the Russian word that sounds like "bleen"

Bleen (Блин) - isn't a swear word. It translates to "pancake". But it has a second meaning - annoyance at the fact that something didn't work out. Blyat (Блядь) translates to "whore&...
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Как правильно - "наебну́лся" или "наёбнулся"?

Само это разделение на "правильно" и "неправильно" в данном случае попросту лишено смысла. Как правильно "ёбнулся" или "ебанулся" (сейчас придут и объяснят, что первое это "сошёл с ума", а второе - ...
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Why do phonetically same Russian and Polish obscenities mean very different things?

Just as my 2 cents, not trying to be exhaustive and not pretend to be competent enough. In some sense examples you mention, they are not that much different, they are definitely not the same, but ...
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Why does "ебало" mean a face and "ебаться" mean to fuck?

More often than not, "eбало" means "mouth". An eloquent example of this usage is the wording "завали ебало", which is the most rude and aggressive Russian equivalent to "shut the fuck up" (and ...
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