Wikisaurus:penis/translations

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Translations[edit]

Afrikaans[edit]
  • paal (vulgar: pole)
  • wors (vulgar: sausage)
Arabic[edit]

Arabic popular names:

  • hammo = حمو
  • arash ghaffarzadeh
Armenian[edit]
  • Blo (vulgar)
Bengali[edit]
  • (bara)
  • (dhon)
  • (laora)
  • (sona)
  • (nunu)
Bulgarian[edit]
Catalan[edit]
Chinese[edit]
Cantonese[edit]
  • siu (a Chinese recorder-like instrument)
Hokkien[edit]
Mandarin[edit]
Czech[edit]
Danish[edit]
Dutch[edit]
Farsi (Persian)[edit]
Filipino[edit]
Finnish[edit]
neutral
childish
familiar
vulgar
French[edit]
Gaelic[edit]
  • bod (Irish & Scottish)
Galician[edit]
Georgian[edit]
German[edit]
Hebrew[edit]
Hindi/Urdu[edit]
  • (lingam)
  • (lingum)
  • (lulla)
  • لن (lun)
  • (lora)
  • (lavda)
  • (lungi)
Icelandic[edit]
Indonesian[edit]
Italian[edit]
Japanese[edit]
Korean[edit]
  • 남근 (男根) namgeun
  • 대물 (大物) daemul
  • 똘똘이 ttolttori. Means "masturbation." Comes from the way a cylinder falls on a shaft in old Korean tractors.
  • 물건 (物件) mulgeon
Lithuanian[edit]
Malayalam[edit]
  • (undy)
  • (kunna)
Maltese[edit]
Norwegian[edit]
Polish[edit]

See Wikisaurus:prącie.

Portuguese[edit]
Romanian[edit]
Russian[edit]
  • член (chlen) [Old Slavic means 'member']
  • хуй (huy) [from Mongol 'hu' = 'urinate']
  • хер (her)
  • хрен (hren) [analogy with a root vegetable]
  • уд (ud) [Old Slavic] [Smoking was prosecuted by cutting off smoker's 'ud' and tearing his 'yatra' (balls)]
  • писка (píska) [from Slavik verb 'písat' = "to pee'] [Mom, I can't pee 'cause I stepped on my wee-wee]
  • малафья (malafyá) [from Turkish 'malafia' = 'sperm'] ['malafey' = 'sperm donor', 'sex producer']
  • конец (konéts) ['end', 'extremity'] [i vsyo zhe konyéts moy - yeschó ne konyéts - konyéts éto chiyó-to nachálo]
Serbian[edit]
  • piton (pee-tohn), meaning: pyton
  • kara (ka-rah)
Spanish[edit]
  • cuatro letras (Chile)
  • güevo (Panamá, Colombia and Venezuela)
  • guazamayeta (Colombia)
  • machete (Venezuela)
  • mondá (Colombia)
  • minga (Spain)
  • nabo (Spain)
  • palo (Panamá, Colombia)
  • picha (Costa Rica, Spain, Panamá and Colombia)
  • pichula (Chile)
  • pija (Argentina and Uruguay)
  • pico (Chile)
  • pinga (Spain, Caribe,Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, México and Panamá)
  • pito (México, Panamá, Spain)
  • polla (Costa Rica and España)
  • rabo (Spain)
  • tolete (Panamá and Colombia)
  • tranca (Spain)
  • tronco (Panamá)
  • trozo (Panamá)
  • verga (España y latinoamerica)
  • cabeza de papa (Chile)
  • dedo sin uña (Chile);
Swedish[edit]
Tamil[edit]
Telugu[edit]
Uzbek[edit]

(literary words)

Vietnamese[edit]
Yiddish[edit]