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On Wed, Jun 24, 2009 at 4:21 PM, Roger Mills <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

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> feliç 'fool' (they call the Gwr feliyoç (a neut. plural form of feliyo
> 'foolish')
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I forgot about the merely impolite epithets that squabblers might throw at
each other. From the section on Bickering:

*naimosei! *
*idiot ("anti-brain")!*

*falakei! *
*fool!*
And, OT, a blunt but useful survival phrase:

*tuqau lei moi wo! *
*Don't touch me there!*

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--larry

http://larrysulky.webs.com/qakwan/qakwan-main.htm




> Then there are some peremptory impolite commands:
> capór 'get out, beat it'
> yacit 'shut up'
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> In my to-do list I found _end'onotti (ca)pondam 'may your balls fall off'
> (I'm not sure onot is the correct form, but no time to check now.)ammar
> note: use kaç with verb (no pfx) to express ‘one
>         Also the comment that it's very bad form to invoke the Spirits when
> cursing; after all, for all one knows, they may be listening.
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