55 Chinese swear words // Chinese swear words (must know). (2023)

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Willing to learn some things that are not learned in the classroom. Here are some Chinese swear words you should definitely learn!

Here at LTL, we strongly believe in the power offull immersion in chinaand of course, when you learn a language, you don't just have to learn ithow to talk about timeand howDescribe your outfit.

You also want to learn some bad Chinese words, right? Come on, be honest!

You also need engaging content that makes you feel like an active listener and speaker… even if the conversation goes too far!

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Juramento chino -commonly used

Chinese oath -stupidity and madness

Chinese oath -loose sexual morality

Chinese oath - get into a fight

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Chinese bad words - commonly used

Here are some Chinese swear words you'll hear more often than most!

silly stuff

It just means shit.

silly stuff

In short, that's bullshit in English!

The literal translation is "his mother". Worn by most in everyday life, you'll hear this, even more so in big cities.

LEVEL🆙 – maldito nǐtāmāde significayou shit.

now toLEVEL🆙 one more thing: I wantBreak with someone?Well, we hope not, but if you do...

Fuck off
nǐ ta mā de qù sǐ ba
Damn king go to hell

According to our Chinese colleagues, this is a fantastic way to break up with someone! who knows.

tonto (shǎ bī)

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Calling someone "stupid female reproductive system" is a very rude way of describing a mean or clumsy person.

Still, this is one of the most widely used swear words in China.and can be translated as "stupid c*nt".

A NEW -if you go to onefootball match in china, get ready for thousands of angry Chinese yelling 傻屄 (shǎ bī) when something goes against them!

If the ref makes a bad call, why don't you join in!? You might get some approving looks from some angry locals and make a friend or two!

It's worth noting that the C word, which is probably the strongest slur in English, is a bit lighter in Chinese, as you'll see shortly, the F word carries more weight.

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two hundred and five (Èr bǎi wǔ)

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Pretty funny that. The thing isnumber250, but beware, it has a darker meaning!

Calling someone "250" basically means they are stupid, worthless, useless, etc.

You will find that in China the number 250 is avoided at all costs.

No price is 250 CNY for example.Honestly! Not crazy?

As a foreigner, if you simply use the expression 二百五 (Èr bǎi wǔ), the locals will probably laugh a little!

Speaking of numbers...

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Quite easy -damn you!

Commonly used, as in any language.

The character is particularly interesting (and pretty gross) when you get down to it.

The upper part is the word for entering 入, the lower part is the word for meat 肉, do as you like!

jódete a tu madre (scratch nǐ mā)

Not particularly pretty, but do they exist?

That means "fuck your mother"

Interestingly, in English, the word c*nt is one of the worst insults you can give someone, but in Chinese, 傻屄 (shǎ bī) is much lighter than that.

Call someone a fool (shǎ bī) and it's not nice, but say fuck your mother (cào nǐ mā) and you might start a riot!


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Hündin (jiàn nǚ rén)

This stands for b!tch and should be used with absolute caution.

Caught saying this in the wrong situation and you could be in quite a sticky situation yourself.chinese girlsHe can be known for, shall we say, being quite loud in public situations.

schmeicheln (pai mǎ pì)

Check out the video below to see some good real-world uses.

拍马屁 means to brown someone's nose or to make a move on someone. The literal translation of "knock horses in the butt" is pretty funny.

See if you notice this in the workplace with your Chinese colleagues.

Chinese bad words - stupidity and madness

When you want to tell someone that they are not the smartest or a little crazy, it can be useful to learn these few phrases...

As you will see, many negative meaning words in Chinese are made of eggs, such as:


Like a "stupid egg", this term takes some getting used to.call someone a fool, idiot, idiotetc.


Being a "rotten egg" This is an adjective that is often used tocall someone unscrupulousor with reference to a "bad person".

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bastard (she dan)

It means to be a "mixed egg". As you can probably guess, calling someone a "mixed egg" has something to do with their uncertain origins.

In fact, this word is used to name a person who is a scoundrel, scoundrel or scoundrel.

stupid (shǎquē) / stupid hat (shǎmàor)

Both simply mean dumb -not the harshest of the insults we've listed here... but still, make it clear!

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This word is used both to define someone who actually suffers from mental illness and someone who has an ambiguous manner and attitude.

DID YOU KNOW? You often hear this as a condiment in certain restaurants..

As you can imagine, biǎn tài lā (which translates directly to pervert as hot) means the hottest thing you could ever want.

Chinese bad words: relaxed sexual morality

masturbarse (dǎ fēi jī)

Literally translated, this means "hit the plane."

How does this relate to a sexual swear word? Reflect…?

Y,it means masturbate! Makes sense now, doesn't it?

The three little ones (xiǎo sān)

Literally "little three", it refers to someone who isthird person/third wheel in a relationship, another name for a foster wife, mistress.

Hündin (jiàn rén) and Hündin (jiàn huò)

Both expressions contain the word 贱 Jiàn "cheap" and refer toa simple woman or a cheap person. The former is followed by 人 rén "person", the latter by 货 "goods".

Miss (xiǎo jiě)

If you're in Taiwan and Hong Kong, you can call a young lady 小姐 "Miss", but if you're in mainland China, you'd better just say "美女", pretty girl, becauseSenorita became synonymous with "prostitute".

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Selling tofu (fu para afilar)

This has a funny literal translation that doesn't seem to make much sense!

"Sell Tofu" in the true sense of the word! It is used as a euphemism for prostitution.

If you are a vegetarian or avegan in china, and you like tofu, keep your cool when asking around at local markets and restaurants!

comer tofu

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Another tofu-related swear word? Strange right?!

This literal translation is "eating tofu"

It is used to describe a man who is a pervert.

Be careful if a Chinese friend asks you 你喜欢吃豆腐吗? (Do you like tofu?)...if it's a good/close friend, he probably won't ask you what you think...! Note the soft and somewhat springy texture of the tofu...

We leave the rest to the imagination!

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As you probably already know, this word means "public bus," but it can sometimes be used for someone who easily engages in sexual activity on a regular basis, much like the English expression "town bike."

Chinese bad words - arguing

OK, time to put a little more meat on the bones, so to speak.

Now we know how to swear in Chinese but we want some context, how can we use this in a sentence?

Let's dive in and prepare you for potential disagreements to come!

you really two
nǐ zhēn er
You are really stupid!

You are a bother
nǐ zhēn fan rén
You are a bother

Where are you looking?
Nǐ nur Shenme
Where are you looking?!

what's wrong with you
N zěnme huí shì
What's wrong with you?!

no way
more men r
No way!

without eyes
amor zhǎng yǎn un
Are you blind or something?

You're crazy?
Nǐ fēngle ma
You're crazy?

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Who do you think you are?
Nǐ yǐwéi nǐ shì shéi
Who do you think you are?!

Who do you think you're talking to?
Nǐ yǐwéi nǐ zài gēn shéi shuōhuà
Who do you think you're talking to?

Is your brain flooded?
Nǐ de nǎozi jìn shuǐ a
Are you out of my mind??!

Are you sick?
Woman in love
You're crazy?!

big nonsense
xiā jī bā chě
you are talking nonsense

And now it's time to learn some slightly more poignant statements. Seat belt:

don't bother me!
Bié Baum wǒ
don't bother me

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That's none of your business!
Guān nǐ pì shì
It is none of your business!

Don't talk to me like that!
This little girl is so cute and funny.
Don't talk to me like that!

¡No me robes!
Bié gēn wǒ húchě
don't give me your shit

don't apologize
bié zhǎo jièkǒu
Don't give me your excuses!

son of a bitch
son of a bitch

Get out of my eyes!
Cong wǒ miànqián xiāoshī
Get out of my eyes!

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That is your problem!
Na sì nǐ de goingí
That is your problem!

Stop wasting my time!
bié zái aldeafèi wǒ de shíjiānle
Do not make me waste my time!

I'm tired!
wǒ du nìle
I'm sick of this!

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Keep your mouth closed!
Keep your mouth closed!

Perhaps you could also add some sort of slur to add a bit more bite?

What a waste you are!
N zhēn shi yīgè feiwù
You're just a lazy good-for-nothing!

You are a fool!
nǐ shìgè hunqiú
You're an idiot!

you make me very sick!
Nǐ zhēn claramente wǒ Xin
You disgust me!

And that's how you finally put an end to it...

I'm really sorry to have met you in this life!
Wǒ zhēn òuhuǐ zhè beizi yù boo nǐ!
I wish I had never met you before!

You will regret that!
Nǐ huì hòuhuǐ de
You will regret that!

I do not want to see you again!
Wǒ entschädigen yuàn záijiàn nǐ!
I never want to see your face again!

¡ Gǔ kai!
Get lost!

you deserve success
you must be hit

HELPFUL TIP –look at this rather strange looking character 丫. this is pronouncedy. Oddly enough, the original meaning of this is[Email protected], but today (especially among Beijingers) this is considered slang.

For example, You Ya (as used above) is effectively the same as You.

It's good to know, right?

Hoping that you only use these phrases and words while joking with your friends, we leave you with the most famous anti-war slogan in Chinese….

make love and not war
Wow, zhánzhēng
Make love and not war!

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Bad Chinese Words - Frequently Asked Questions

Is the 250 avoided in China?

Yes, two hundred and five (Èr bǎi wǔ), despite the importance250 (the number)It's an insult in Chinese. Nothing will ever cost 250 CNY in Chinese.

Avoid it at all costs!

Does "eat tofu" have an alternate meaning?

Y.It is used to describe a man who is a pervert.

Be careful when asked by a Chinese friend. Do you like tofu (Do you likeTofu Essen?)... if he's a good/close friend, he probably won't ask you what you think...!

What does "brown nose" mean in Chinese?

Brown nose in Chinese isschmeicheln (pai mǎ pì) which literally means "slap the horse on the rear".

you can see itused here in a real scenario.

Can I call someone with 小姐 in mainland China?

While in Taiwan and Hong KongMiss (xiǎo jiě)is accepted (meaning little sister/miss), in mainland China this is an offensive term.

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It would be better if you just say "美女" pretty girl becauseSenorita became synonymous with "prostitute".

How do you say "You're an idiot" in Chinese?

You are a fool!

nǐ shìgè hunqiú

How do you say "I never want to see your face again" in Chinese?

I do not want to see you again!

Wǒ entschädigen yuàn záijiàn nǐ!

How do you say "f***ing sh*t" in Chinese?

Fuck (tā mā de) The direct translation is "his mother".

How do you say "Don't give me your shit" in Chinese?

¡No me robes!

Bié gēn wǒ húchě

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  7. Haha, that's a brilliant list. I've heard a lot about them, but some are new to me. I hope I never need them!

    1. Thanks Markus! Yes, indeed there is much to do. It's definitely fun to listen to them in public!!

  8. Haha, I've seen a few of these in books and conversations. It's been a long time since someone insulted me in Chinese. In fact, I miss it.

    1. Did they insult you in Chinese? I hope everything went well!

      Great that you can at least understand! 😂

  9. Die from some of them 😂

    1. It was fun writing it!

  10. I'm not sure I want to know...

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  11. sometimes not very accurate

    1. What do they eat? They were all provided by native speakers 🙂

  12. I would say that 婊子 (biao3 zi) is better for bitches than 贱女人 (not used very often). In fact, 贱 can be used independently in many cases.

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What is the Chinese F word? ›

1. 干 – Gàn. 干 is the Chinese equivalent of the f-word and is used by Chinese people in the more literal “making love” sense of the word.

What is a bad Chinese word? ›

贱女人 (jiàn nǚ rén)

This is the Chinese curse word for “b*tch.” Use in with extreme caution.

How do you pronounce the F word in Chinese? ›

“F***” (the verb) can be directly translated into Chinese as 操 (cào), but honestly that's only for the most extreme of circumstances. A slightly more polite term to use instead is 他妈的 (tā mā de), literally "his mother."

Does China have swear words? ›

Just like everyday conversations, Chinese culture is filled with curse words or expressions. Without some knowledge, popular culture and informal conversation can be quite confusing.

Why is 250 an insult in Chinese? ›

Did you know that the number 250 (二百五 èr bǎi wǔ) means “idiot” in China? In Chinese, 二百五 (two hundred and fifty) is a term used as an insult, which means "stupid person" or "to be a simple person". Why? One explanation is that it comes from diào, a currency unit of ancient China.

What is the Japanese F word? ›

くそ (Kuso)

‍Kuso is the more common way to say 'sh*t' or 'f*ck' compared to chikusho (#6). And like chikushou (#11), it's a versatile word that can be used in many different ways. Fun fact, it's one of the most popular words for foreigners and new Japanese learners to use.

What is the famous Chinese curse? ›

May you live in interesting times.

The first Chinese curse (and the most well-known one) is “May you live in interesting times”. The Blessing Part: Well, who wants to live in boring times? Every young man and woman has a deep-seated desire for action, fun, and adventure.

What does Po Po mean in Chinese? ›

Search with English, Pinyin, or Chinese characters. 婆婆 pó po. husband's mother mother-in-law grandma.

What is the hardest Chinese word to say? ›

The character biáng requires 62 total strokes to write and contains a 馬 horse, 月 moon,刂 knife and 心 heart plus other radicals. Biáng doesn't exist in Modern Standard Mandarin which only serves to increase the mystery and intrigue surrounding the character.

How to flirt in Mandarin? ›

This is where the compliments and flirting come in. I like you. I'm crazy about you! You are really something special.
How to Flirt in Chinese | Asking Someone Out in Chinese.
You're so pretty/beautiful.你太漂亮了Nǐ tài piào liang le.
You are very cute.你非常可爱Nǐ fēi cháng kě ài.
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Why is turtle egg an insult in Chinese? ›

In Mandarin Chinese, calling someone a turtle egg is a very serious insult. The suggestion is that turtles do not know who their fathers are, so it is a slight towards the mother's honour. They are being very silly. A turtle is not a bird so cannot lay eggs.

What is the D curse word? ›

(euphemistic) The word douche or douchebag.

What words can you not say in China? ›

In China, you can't say these words
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  • Tibet Independence (西藏独立) — Talking about independence for Tibet is forbidden.
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Does Chinese have f sound? ›

In Mandarin Chinese, the voiced fricatives are "l" and "r", while the unvoiced fricatives are the "blowing" sounds "f", "h", "s", "sh" and "x".

What does 5201314 mean? ›

520 is not the only way to communicate in Mandarin, you can also take note of another expression 5201314! 520 means love, whereas 1314 represents 一生一世 yīshēng yīshì (for a lifetime). So, if you say 5201314, you are saying “I love you for a lifetime”.

What does 666 mean in Chinese slang? ›

666 – "cool" or "nice." 666 (pinyin: liùliùliù) represents 溜溜溜 (pinyin: liùliùliù); or smooth/slick (comes from Chinese gaming slang, where gamers would put '666' in the chat after seeing another showing an impressive skill)

What does 0594184 mean? ›

What does 0594184 mean? 0594184 means "You and I Will Be Together for More Than One Lifetime." When read out loud in Chinese, the number 0594184 sounds like the Chinese phrase which translates to "You and I will be together for more than one lifetime."

Is Baka the F word? ›

What does baka mean? The short answer: Baka (馬鹿 or ばか) is a Japanese swear or curse word meaning idiot, jackass, dumbass, or unthinking fool.

What language has no curse words? ›

Unless you're speaking Esperanto, it's best to cover your ears. It's been suggested people can't swear in Japanese or Finnish, but the rumours are wrong in both cases - the only languages in which one cannot swear are 'artificial' ones such as Esperanto.

What is Baka in Japanese? ›

Baka (馬鹿, ばか in hiragana, or バカ in katakana) means "fool", or (as an adjectival noun) "foolish" and is the most frequently used pejorative term in the Japanese language.

What is the oldest curse? ›

What is the oldest curse? A team of archaeologists from the University of Leicester have unearthed what they claim is the world's oldest curse. The 1,700-year-old curse tablet asks god Maglus for invoking his wrath on the thief who has stolen the cloak of Servandus.

What is the old Chinese curse? ›

There is a Chinese curse which says, “May he live in interesting times.” Like it or not, we live in interesting times. They are times of danger and uncertainty; but they are also the most creative of any time in the history of mankind. Though the curse may not have been Chinese, what RFK said I hope applies today.

What is the strangest tradition in China? ›

10 unusual Chinese customs
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  • Long fingernails are the norm. ...
  • Refusal is a part of acceptance. ...
  • Spitting is a thing. ...
  • You may be asked for your photo. ...
  • Face-kinis are a trend. ...
  • Tooth-picks are a table staple. ...
  • Eating strange things.
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What is Nai Nai in Chinese? ›

Juliet Nai nai (奶奶) is the Chinese word for grandma, and it specifies to your father's mother.

What is Gung Gung in Chinese? ›

The term “Gung-Gung” means grandpa on the mother side in the Chinese culture.

What do Chinese people call grandma? ›

China: Popular Chinese names for grandmothers include NaiNai, Ma Ma, Po Po, and Wai Po, but the exact name chosen depends upon the region, the language and whether a grandmother is on the maternal or paternal side.

What is the rarest Chinese name? ›

What is the rarest Chinese name?
  • Baozhai Meaning “precious hairpin”.
  • Caishen: Meaning “god of wealth”.
  • Chonglin Meaning “second brother unicorn”.
  • Fengge Meaning “phoenix pavilion”.
  • Jingyi: Meaning “quiet harmony”.
  • Jinhai: Meaning “golden sea”.
  • Jun: Meaning “truth”.
  • Kuàng: Meaning “bestow”.
Jan 20, 2023

What is the most stroke Chinese word? ›

The character with the most strokes to appear on the Modern Chinese Frequency List is with 35 strokes. According to the list it is the 6,957th common character, or very low frequency. Even many well-educated Chinese won't know this character.

What do Chinese call their gf? ›

One of the most common Chinese nicknames that Chinese couples use for their significant other is 亲爱的 qīn'ài de. It is used the same way as the English term “darling” or “dearest.” You can call your loved one 亲爱的 regardless of gender, and the term is used not only by dating couples but also by married couples.

How do you tell a Chinese girl she's beautiful? ›

#1 - 你很漂亮! / 你真帅!

Nǐ hěn piàoliang! / Nǐ zhēn shuài! You're beautiful! / You're handsome! This is probably the most popular compliment you will hear in China. Girls are often referred to as beautiful women 美女 (měinǚ) and boys as handsome men 帅哥 (shuàigē).

How do you call your crush in Chinese? ›

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  2. 亲爱的 (Qīnài de) ...
  3. 亲 (Qīn) ...
  4. 傻瓜/笨蛋 (Shǎguā)/ (bèndàn) ...
  5. 心肝 (Xīngān) ...
  6. 老婆/老公 (Lǎopó/lǎo gong)
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What not to say to Chinese? ›

  • “Konichiwa” or “Anyohaseyo” ...
  • “Whatever is fine” ...
  • “We love made-in-China stuff, because they are cheap!” ...
  • “Oh right, I forgot you can't use Facebook/Instagram/Twitter…” ...
  • “I know you guys are not allowed to comment on…” ...
  • “I'll get back to you” ...
  • “Can you solve this math problem for me?”
Dec 11, 2017

What is Chinese slang for balls? ›

The usual word for the testicles is gāowán 睾丸, but they may also be referred to as qiú 球 ("balls") (see below).

What does Mama hoo hoo mean in Chinese? ›

In Mandarin, ma means horse and hu means tiger; the idiom mamahuhu literally translates, then, as “horse horse tiger tiger.” In one of the fables that explains its origins, a slapdash artist paints a tiger's head but changes his mind midway and completes the creature with a horse's body.

Why do Koreans say F? ›

How do I say F and V in Korean? Actually, there are no F or V sounds in Korean. In fact, there's no difference between P and F or B and V. Therefore, the P and F sounds are both pronounced as ㅍ[pieup] and B and V as ㅂ[bieup].

Is Saekki a curse word? ›

새끼 (sae-kki, --): A noun used to derogatorily refer to any general person. The word, when not used as a profanity, is used to describe a young of an animal. Note it can also be used affectionately too.

What is fa fa fa in Chinese? ›

发:Short for 发财,make a fortune,become rich。 Chinese people like to use reiterative locution to emphasize the strong meaning or wish. Other cases like: 好好好、 旺旺旺、棒棒棒、赞赞赞。 Sometimes you will also see 888 instead of 发发发,because 888(bababa) has similar pronunciation with 发发发(fafafa) and much easier to write/type.

What does fa fu mean? ›

fā fú to put on weight to get fat (a sign of prosperity, so a compliment)

What does Diu Lei Lo Mo mean? ›

As the article explains: As most Hongkongers know, "delay no more" is a homophone for "diu lei lo mo"*, which means "f*ck your mum". The common and irreverent phrase has inspired a range of products and even a short-lived lifestyle shopping centre from Hong Kong retailer G.O.D., dubbed the Delay No Mall.

What does Li mean Chinese? ›

Li (surname 李)
Language(s)Old Chinese
MeaningPlum, plum tree
Other names
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What is FA Jiao? ›

发交 Trad. 發交 fā jiāo. to issue and deliver (to people)

What does Mi Fan mean in Chinese? ›

米饭 mǐfàn. *米饭* | 米饭* | *米饭 (cooked) rice.

What is the Chinese name for lucky? ›

The character Fú ( 福, Unicode U+798F) meaning "fortune" or "good luck" is represented both as a Chinese ideograph and, at times, pictorially, in one of its homophonous forms.

What does Ping Fu mean? ›

平復 píng fù to pacify to calm down to be cured to be healed.

What does sweet FA mean in slang? ›

Britannica Dictionary definition of SWEET FA. [noncount] British slang. : nothing at all. You've done sweet FA to help me and I'm angry! Don't listen to him.

How do you pronounce ɕ? ›

The [ʃ] is pronounced with the tongue-tip high against the alveolar ridge behind the teeth. To pronounce [ɕ], keep the tongue-tip low but raise the middle of the tongue, so the air hisses through the gap between the tongue and the roof of the mouth behind the ridge.

How do Chinese pronounce B? ›

b- sounds roughly like the English "b" sound, but it is voiceless in Chinese, which means that it might sound a little like a "p" to you.

What does Fei Chai mean? ›

fèi chái. (Cantonese) (coll.) good-for-nothing loser.

What is bun mui? ›

bun mui (賓妹) [female], bun jai (賓仔) [male] - means Filipina/Filipino domestic employees. ah cha (阿差) or ah sing (阿星) - meanss Indian and Pakistani people.

What does Dai Dai Lo mean? ›

(Cantonese) elder brother; big brother. (Cantonese) old buddy.


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