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A-Z Regional Curse Words From All Over Indonesia that Every Jakartan Should Know

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Indonesia is such a large archipelago state. It has many islands. This make Indonesia very rich with different cultures in each regional with different languages. Every regional language in Indonesia is very unique.

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The regional language is also spoken by many people even though many of them move to other cities, including Jakarta.

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As a result, Jakartans hear a lot of regional languages from different area in Indonesia. Some of them may also use curse words. For Jakartans, it is quite important to know different regional curse words from all over Indonesia to know when someone is cursing to you. Here, we list several examples of commonly used regional curse words from all over Indonesia that every Jakartan should know.

1. Jancuk

Jancuk, Jancok, cuk, cok, diancuk, or diancok is an Indonesian regional curse word that usually used by people in East Java. This word is quite has similar meaning with f*ck. However, people in East Java are really proud of this word. They also use this word to greet their close friends.

2. Asu

Asu is an Indonesian regional curse word that usually used by Javanese people. It means “dog” in English or “anjing” in Indonesia. In the everyday use, it has quite similar meaning with “damn”. It can also used to curse annoying person.

3. Anying

Aying is a word that is usually used by Sundanese people in West Java. It is another version of saying “anjing” in Indonesian or “dog” in English. However, in daily conversation between close friends this word is usually not an offensive word.

4. Pukimak

Pukimak is a word originally from Bahasa Melayu. It means the private part of woman’s body. Some people shorten it become “kimak”. Despite of the meaning, close friends can usually say this word to each other.

5. Cukimai

Cukimai is an Indonesian regional curse word that come from Manado. Cukimai originally come from two words, cuki and mai. Cuki means intercourse between man and woman, while mai means mother. So, it has quite same meaning with motherfu*ker.

6. Bodat

Bodat is an Indonesian regional curse word that usually used by people in northern Sumatera, especially in Medan by Batak people. In Indonesian, it means “monyet” or “monkey” in English.

7. Belegug

Belegug is an Indonesian regional curse word that usually said by Sundanese people in West Java. The word means “bodoh” in Indonesian or “stupid” in English. This word has several other synonym such as belegug, boloho, gebloh, and others.

8. Kenyang

Kenyang in Indonesian is usually translated as “full stomach” in English. However, in Bali, this word will become a regional curse word. In Bali, kenyang means a private part of man’s body. So even if your stomach is full, try not to say this word loudly in Bali.

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That’s all about regional curse words from all over Indonesia that every Jakartan should know. Thank you for reading. Hope the information will be helpful for the readers.

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