24 Non-English Words That Sound Dirty But Are Actually Innocent.

What makes languages so amazingly different is that they use different words to describe the same things. When you speak more than one language, you realize that words mean different things in different languages. Sometimes an innocent word in a language can sound really rude in another, and that’s where the real fun is. All the bad words in English have similar-sounding ones in other languages that are totally appropriate and sometimes they mean something really sweet. Below are words from foreign languages that sound dirty to an English ear but are totally innocent in their respective languages. 


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4 thoughts on “24 Non-English Words That Sound Dirty But Are Actually Innocent.”

    1. Image #10: “Fac” in Romanian means “I do” or “I make”, not just “I”.

  1. Some of these words don’t sound that similar to the English word despite the spelling. For instance, the Latin one which has an /u/ vowel and not an /^/.

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