Tagalog profanity can refer to a wide range of offensive, blasphemous , and taboo words or expressions in the Tagalog language of the Philippines. Due to Filipino culture , expressions which may sound benign when translated back to English can cause great offense; while some expressions English speakers might take great offense to can sound benign to a Tagalog speaker. Filipino , the national language of the Philippines, is the standard register of Tagalog, so as such the terms Filipino profanity and Filipino swear words are sometimes also employed. The word paghamak is also sometimes used formally and has a sense similar to "affront". Owing to successive Spanish and American colonial administrations , much Tagalog profanity has its etymological roots in the profanity of European languages. Unlike in Western culture, where certain words are never acceptable in all but the most informal contexts, Tagalog profanity is context -sensitive: words which are considered profane or insulting in one context are often acceptable in another.
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What the fuck chick. Seriously, if you are going to "define" a word.. Us Filipinos are very proud of our nationality so fuck off Me: "Fucking proud to be pinoy pinay bitches. When used as a verb, "to pinoy " means to whine incessantly about inconsequential matters. The fullest extent of pinoying includes starting boycotts, sending letters to corporate executives, creating Facebook hate pages, and even filing frivolous lawsuits.
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Judas was the disciple who betrayed Jesus in the New Testament. Hudas, the Tagalog translation of the name Judas, often refers to a traitor. Like, "Hudas? Often used to express extreme anger, frustration, shock, or—surprisingly—joy.