كس

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See also: کس‎, کش, and گس

Arabic

Etymology

From Persian کس(kos, cunt).

Noun

كُس or كِس (kus or kism

  1. (vulgar) pussy
    • Ibn Nubātah al-Miṣri
      يقول لي من لا درى حالتي / أراك قد غبتَ عن العشرة / لعل مولانا بكس خلا / قلت نعم كس أخت ما أكره
      And he who knows nothing about my state would say, / "You have been quite detached from all the company. / Has his Majesty been screwing some pussy secretly?" / I said, "Screw all of my despicable worries!"

Declension

Descendants

  • Hebrew: כּוּס(kus)

Egyptian Arabic

Etymology

From Persian کس(kos, cunt).

Pronunciation

  • IPA(key): [kos(s)]
    When the word is pronounced alone, it is IPA(key): [kos], but when it is pronounced before a word starting with a vowel, it is pronounced with the last consonant geminated, IPA(key): [koss]. For example: (vulgar) کس امك(koss ommak, your mother's pussy) IPA(key): [kosˈsommæk].

Noun

كس (kussm

  1. (vulgar) pussy, cunt

North Levantine Arabic

Etymology

From Persian کس(kos, cunt).

Noun

كس (kissm

  1. (vulgar) pussy
    كس اختك‎ ― kiss iḵtakyour sister’s pussy
    كس امك‎ ― kiss ímmakyour mother’s pussy

Usage notes

  • The phrases above are used as general terms of discontentment (like English fuck!), but they can also be insults (fuck you!) and should therefore be used with particular caution.

Ottoman Turkish

Etymology 1

From Persian کس(kos, cunt). Senses in other languages are vulgar. Dictionaries employ the neutral word vulva, but they may have been constrained by the standards of 19th century publishers.

Pronunciation

Noun

كس (küs)

  1. vulva
    Synonyms: آم(am), فرج(ferc)

Etymology 2

From Persian کس(kas, person).

Pronunciation

Noun

كس (kes)

  1. person, individual
    Synonyms: كیشی(kişi), شخص(şahs, şahis)

References

  • Bittner, Maximilian (1900), “Der Einfluss des Arabischen und Persischen auf das Türkische. Eine philologische Studie”, in Sitzungsberichte der philosophisch-historischen Classe der kaiserlichen Akademie der Wissenschaften (in German), volume 142, Wien: In Commission bei Carl Gerold’s Sohn, page 68
  • Redhouse, James W. (1890), “كس”, in A Turkish and English Lexicon, Constantinople: A. H. Boyajian, page 1545
  • Zenker, Julius Theodor (1876), “كس”, in Türkisch-arabisch-persisches Handwörterbuch, volume 2, Leipzig: Wilhelm Engelmann, page 749a