If you get to know the Spaniards and learn Spanish well enough, you’ll come to observe that they tend to use (swear words in Spanish) openly in their daily conversation.Words like ‘coño’ (cunt) don’t contain extremely vulgar connotations, and so are used commonly by people in Spain.
’ It is used in the same way as ‘motherfucker’ in English. ’ (I shit on the mother who gave birth to you.), it has the same effects as dropping a huge bomb!
Translated to the English swear word, ‘son of a bitch!
’, it’s used in the exact same way as English, except almost ten times the frequency.
Let me sum up the top swear words most frequently used in Spain. Whenever I hear my husband chant this long cuss while driving, I crack up.
Without them, life wouldn’t be this colorful or should i say- (literally means ‘testicals’) to their colorful language. ’ in English, in occasions when someone is trying to give you some crappy excuse, you would respond with ‘! It literally means ‘I shit on everything that moves.’ (strangely unvulgar but can be loosely translated to mean ‘fuck’ in Spanish.) ‘Me cago en…’ is a very commonly used cuss, and can be combined with anything and everything that comes to mind, like ‘ (.your dead relatives).
In my personal opinion, this would be top on the list of the most frequently used curse.
It literally means, ‘the mother who gave birth to you!
As an adventure travel blogger that has lived in Spain for over five years now, I’ve come to love their colorful language and chances are Spanish swear words are one of the first things visitors will pick up.
The Spaniards have an alarmingly rich vocabulary of swear words and vulgarities – ranging from one-word cusses to full-sentence chants like crude.