ježiš

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Czech[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Czech Ježíš, Jesus Christ.

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  • IPA(key): [ˈjɛʒɪʃ]
  • Hyphenation: je‧žiš

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ježiš

  1. Jesus (an expletive or oath)
    • 2015, Petra Soukupová, “Jeho žena mu nerozumí”, in Pod sněhem, Brno: Host, page 27:
      V jedné vteřince jí dojde všechno, co včera udělala. Ježiš, do prdele, to je příšerný. Chce se okamžitě odplížit, za prvé proto, aby se v koupelně trochu srovnala, a za druhé proto, že se strašně stydí, jak se včera chovala, vstane potichoučku z postele, ježiš, je jí ještě hůř, []
      In a second she remembers everything, what she was doing yesterday. Jesus, shit, that's terrible. She wants to crawl away, firstly to put herself in shape, and secondly because she feels ashamed because of her yesterday behaviour, she gets up of the bed, Jesus, she feels even worse, []

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Verb[edit]

ježiš (Cyrillic spelling јежиш)

  1. second-person singular present of ježiti