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Apose = Apa sih = what the hell Asem = damn, tamarind Asongan = Peddler Asu = Dog, shit, fuck B Babe, Beh = Dad, Daddy, Father Banci, Bencong, Bences = Gay, Transgender, Homosexual, chicken, not brave Bang = Calling older male Bahasa gaul = slang Banget, Bingit = very Bangsat = Bad guy Bangsat! Cemban = ceban = Ten thuosand Cembokur = Jelous Cemen = chicken, not brave Cemungudh: Keep on going Cengli = fair Cepek = a hundred Cewek = Girl Cincay = Cincai = easy to deal with Cingcong = words Cintrong = love Cie = Ciye = (an expression usually said before sarcastic words/mocking) Cipok = Cipokan = Kiss, french kiss, kiss on the neck Ciyus (usualy followed by “Miapah”) = Serious, Reallly Cobain = Try Coli = Jerk off, onani Copas = Copy and paste Cowok = Boy Cuek = careless Cuekin = Don’t mind, don’t think about it Culun = Silly Cupu, Culun punya = not trendy, looser Curcol = Sharing sad story about yourself (implicitly) Curhat = Sharing sad story about yourself (explicitly) Cuss = let’s go, depart Cyin (from cinta) = love, dear Cuy = dude D Dancuk, Jancuk (impolite word) = fuck Deh = please Demen = Like, crush on someone, addicted, fond Desye, dese = You, Yours Dikit = Sedikit = a little, not much, not many Dimandose = where Dimari/Di mari = here Dl (from dulu) = before DL (derita lo) = it’s your own risk Doang, Doank = Only Dodol (Originally from a Garut’s traditional snack) = Stupid Doi, Do’i, Doski = He/him, She/her Doku = Wallet, purse Dong = please Drakor = Korean Drama TV Series Dugem, Dunia Gemerlap = Nightlife, Clubbing Duit = money E EGP, Emang Gue Pikirin = I Don’t Care Ember (original meaning of ember is bucket) = Emang (from memang) = definitely, fussy, that’s right Emoh = No, i don’t want it Endes = Endeus = yummy Entot (impolite word) = Fuck Ente = You, yours Elo = You, Yours Esek-esek = Prostitute Eyke, eke = I, Me, Mine F Fulus = Money Futu = Photo, take a photo G Gaes = Guys Gaban (segede gaban) = really huge Gadun = Old guy Gaje = not consistent, not clear Gajebo = not consistent, not clear Gak = Ga = No, Don’t Galau = Restless, sad, having personal problem Gambreng (Such as Segede Gambreng) = Really huge Gamon = Gagal Move On = Failed to move on Gampar = Slap Gan, Agan = bro Gaplok = slap Garing (for joke) = Lame, corny Gaul = hang out, trendy, social butterfly Gawe = work Gawean = job Gebet = gebetan = Ngegebet = To pick up, crush on someone Geblek, Goblok = Stupid Gede = Big Gedong = very big Ge-er, GR = Big-headed, too much confident, egotistical Gegara = Gara-gara = Because Geje = not consistent, not clear Gelo = Crazy Gemes, Gemesin, Ngegemesin = cute (in positive way), makes someone angry (in negative way) Gengges = cute (in positive way), makes someone angry (in negative way) Geulis, Neng Geulis (originally from Sundanese) = Pretty girl Gimana = How Gitu, Begitu = Like that Gmn (from Gimana) = How Goblok = Stupid Gocap = five thousand Gokil = Crazy, cool, awesome Gombal = Baloney, worn out cloth Gopek = Five hundred Gorjes = Gorgeous Grepe, Grepe-grepe, Grepek = touch someone’s body (sexually) Gretong = Gretongan = Gratis = free of charge Gua, Gue = I, Me, Mine Gw (usually used in text form like sms, forum, etc.) = I, Me, Mine H Halah = Yeah Hiks = Sigh Hombreng = Homosexual, gay I IGO = Indonesian Girl Only (Usually explicit Indonesian girls sexy pictures/videos) Ilfil = bad mood, angry, mad Imut = Cute J Jablay = Whore, Bitch Jaim, Ja’im, Jaga Image = Superficial Jajan = buy food, buy smal stuff, hire/find a prostitute Jamred = pending message Jancuk = Fuck, Penis Japri = private message Jayus = lame joke, Corny Jd (from jadi) = be, become Jebakan Betmen/Batman = website prank Jembut = Pubic hair Jeng, or Jeung = Sis, girl Jengkel = annoyed, angry Jgn (from jangan) = Don’t Jijay = Disgusting Jomblo = Jomlo = Single person, being single, a guy/girl who don’t have a partner lover Jones = Jomblo Ngenes = bad luck jomblo Jutek = Sassy K Kacrut = Suck, problematic Kagak = No, Not, Don’t Kaki Lima = Street vendor Kampes (Usualy used in Malang City or East Java) = Underwear Kampret = Damn Kamseupay = tacky, plebeian Kancut = Underwear Kate = Say, Said Katro = Katrok = Tacky, overacting Kayak = Like, as, such Kece = Cool, Awesome Kece badai = very cool, very awesome Kek = Kayak = Kyk = like, such Kekasih gelap = Secret lover Kekinian = Up to date, now trending Keleus, keles (or Yakeleus/yakeles) = really, please, of course, no wonder Kelon = Cuddling Kelupaan = Forget Keplak = punch someone’s head Kepo = wondering, want to know other business/problem/personal things Kepret = Slap Keren = Cool Ketek = Armpit Kena batunya = You had it coming (karma) Kenthu (usually used in Javanese)= Fuck, sex, make love Kenti = Dick, Penis Kentut = fart Kepengen = want Kere = Poor Keren = Cool, Awesome Kesel = Annoyed, angry, mad Kewong = kawin = married Kimpoi = Wedding Knp = Kenapa = Why, that’s why Kok = (additional word to emphasize clarification) Komuk = Face Kongkow = hang out Kontol = Penis Koplak = Stupid Krik = joke but noone laughed Kudet = not updated with current situation Kumpul Kebo = Domestic Partnership, sammen leven Kuper (from “kurang pergaulan”) = Unsocialized, introverted, don’t know anything KZL (see Kesel) = Annoyed, angry, mad L Laf = Love Laper = Hungry Lapsyong = Hungry Lebay = overacting, too much Lekong = Man, Men Leyeh-leyeh, Leyehan = Lay down Lho = (additional word to emphasize a thing when you give some information) Lu, Lo, Elo = You, Yours Loe (usually used in text form like sms, forum, etc.) = You, Yours Lonte = Whore, prostitute Lupita = Forgot M Macacih? Sutralah = Up to you, whatever T Tabok = Slap Tae = Taek = Tai = Taik = shit Takis = To take something Tampol = slap Tajeer = rich Tajir = rich Tau, Tahu = Know Telmi, Telat Mikir = someone who is a little bit slow on the uptake Temen = friend Tempik = Vagina Tetek = Boobs, breast Titi DJ (originally from singer named Titi DJ/Titi Dwi Jayanti) = Be Careful Titit = Penis Tmn (from Teman) = friend Toge = Toket gede = Big boobs Tokai = Dirt, faeces Toket = Boobs, breast Tongpes (from “Kantong Kempes”)= broke Toyor = push someone’s head Tp (from tapi) = But TTM, Teman Tapi Mesra, = Casual Sex Partner Ttp (from tetap or tetep) = Still Tumben = contrary to habit U Ucul = Funny Udah = Already Ughlala = Oh la la Unyu = Cute Upil = nasal mucus Utk (usually used in sms/chat/other text form) = untuk = for, to Uwel-uwel = make fun with hair, caress Uyel-uyel = V Vroh = bro= brother W WA = Watsap = waslap = Whats App mobile chat apps Wakaka = wkwkwk = lol Waslap = Napkin Woles = Slow X xixixixi = lol Y Yaelah = Ya ampun = for God sake Yakeleus/yakeles (or keleus/keles) = really, please, of course, no wonder Yawla = OMG!
Baper = Sentimental, melancholic Beb, Beib = Babe Begichu = Begicyu = Gicyu = Just like that, that’s all i said Begindang = Just like that, that’s all i said Bego = Stupid Begono = Begini = like that Bencong = Gay, Transgender, chicken, not brave Bengek = cough Bengong = Shocked, pensive Beol, Be’ol = poop, defecate Berbunga-bunga = happy, enthusiastic Bete, BT = bored, bad temper Beud, Beut, Banget = Very Bhay = bye Bikin/Membikin = Make Binan = Homosexual, gay Bingit = Banget = very Bispak, Bisa dipakai = Easy to have sex, slut Bisyar = Bisa dibayar = prostitute Biyasak = biasa = usual Bohay = Sexy, curvy, a bit fat body Boil = Car Bokap = Daddy, Father Bokep = adult movie Boker = poop, defecate Bokis = lie Bonek = Bondo Nekat = doing something bravely without any money Bonek = Surabaya football supporter Bonyok = hurt Bonyok (from “Bokap Nyokap”) = Father and Mother Bo’ol = anal sex Brondong, Berondong = young guy, teenage boy Brp (from berapa) = how many, how much BS-BS (ffrom “Bayar Sendiri”) = Go dutch Buanyak = a lot Bujuk dah! Bulet, Bulat = Round Buluk = Bulukan = Ugly, worn out C Cabe-cabean = Teenage girl Cabut = Go Capcus = Go, depart, move on Cakep = Good-looking Cekidot = Check it out! Know-it-All Sumpeh Loe, Sumpeh lo, Sumpelo = Really?
Makacih = Makasih = Terima kasih = Thank you Mager = lazy Malam Jumat (different from Jumat Malam/Friday Night) = Thursday night (if “malam” said in front of the day, it means the night before the day) Malam Minggu = Malem Minggu = Malming = Saturday night Malming = Malam Minggu = Malem Minggu = Saturday night Markipul = Let’s go home Masak sih? Montok = Sexy, curvy, a bit fat body Muke = Muka = Face Mulet = stretch (the body) Muncrat = squirt Muter = Turn around, spin, play a song N Nah = (to conclude precious sentence) Najong = Najis = Dirty, shameful Naksir = Crush on someone Narsis = Self narcissistic, self-loving, self-admiring Narso = Self narcissistic, self-loving, self-admiring Ndak (originally from Javanese) = No, Not Ndas (from Javanese) = Head Nenen = breastfeeding Netek = breastfeeding Ngabur = Fleeing Ngacir = Fleeing Ngakak = Laugh out loud Ngambek = cranky, mad, angry Ngana (from Ngapak/Banyumas word) = you Ngapak = A language usually spoken in Banyumas, Central Java Ngasih = Give Ngeblog = write a blog Ngebut = Fast Ngedumel = Whine, nag Ngehe, Ngehek (Swear word) = Say “ngehek” when you are angry/annoyed with someone/something Ngeledek = Bully, tease Ngelonin, Ngeloni = To cuddle Ngemeng, Ngomong = Say, speaking Ngenes = tragic, bad luck Ngentot (impolite word) = Fuck, sex, make love Ngentut = fart Ngewe = Ngewek = Fuck, Making Love Nggak, Ngga = No, Not, Don’t Nggilani = Disgusting Ngibul = lie, lying Ngiler = drool Ngilir, Nglilir, Ngelilir = Wake from sleep Ngobrol = Chat Ngocol = Joking Ngojek = Ride motorcycle taxi Ngomel = nag Ngos-ngosan = Out of breath Ngupil = nose-picking Nih, Nich = (addition word to emphasize of worrying on something), There you go O Obrol = Obrolan = chat Ogah = No, i don’t want it Ojek = Motorcyle taxi Onyet = Monkey Otewe = otw = on the way P Pake = Use, Wear Pala = Pale = Head Panlok = Panda Lokal = Indonesian chinese/oriental girl (mostly in prostitution) PD, Pe De, Percaya Diri = Confident PDKT, Pendekatan = Flirting on someone, hitting on someone Pecun = silly whore Peler = testicle Pembokat = househelper, servant Pengen = Pengin = want Pentil = nipple Perak (if following nominal of money) = Rupiah (Indonesian currency) Pertamax = first comment in an online forum Pere (from”perempuan”) = lady Perek (from “Perempuan eksperimen”) = Whore, Bitch Pesing = Smells not good Peyang = Imperfect/Asymetric head shape PHP, Pe Ha Pe (Pemberian Harapan Palsu) = Breaking a promise Pilon (belagak pilon) = pretend, hiding something Plin-plan = Wishy-washy Plis = Please Poto = Photo Prikitiew = (to express excitement) Pundung (Usually in Sundanese)= Angry, cranky Puter = turn around, spin, play a song Q Q (in short of “ku” or “aku” usually used in text form like sms, forum, etc.) = I, Me, Mine R Rapopo (aku rapopo) = Okay (i’m okay) Rasain = Serve you right Rempong = complicated, troublesome, busy, too many accessories S Sakaw = addicted Sampe = = sampai = until Sange, Sakaw Ngentot (impolite words) = Horny Sante (from “santai”) = Relax Sarap = Crazy Say (from “Sayang”) = Dear Segede gaban = really huge Selangit = top of the world Semok = Sexy, curvy, a bit fat body Sempak = Underwear Sepele = Unimportant Sepong = Oral sex Serak-serak basah = Throaty, husky voice Seupil = very small Sialan = damn Sih, sich = (additional word to emphasize a question) Sinting = Crazy Situ = There, You, Yours Sithik, sitik (from Javanese word) = a little, not much Sob = Bro Sok (Sundanese)= Please Sok = Too confident Somplak = Broken, Stupid Somse = Somong sekali = arrogant Songong = Arrogant Sontoloyo = stupid, idiot Sotosop = Photoshoped, A picture edited with Photoshop Sotoy, Sok Tau = Smart Aleck, Mr.
Matre = Materialistic Mbalelo = disobedient, stubborn Mejeng = See and be seen, pose Meki = Vagina Meler = Runny nose Memek = vagina Meneketehe = I don’t know Miapah (Usually preceded by “Ciyus”) = For what reason Mimin = Administrator Min = Administrator Mingkem = closed lips Mbulet = complicated Mo = want Moge = Motor gede = Big motorcycle, such as Sport motorcycle, Harley Davidson cruiser motorcycle, etc.
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