See also: блѧдь

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EtymologyEdit

From Old East Slavic блѧдь (blędĭ), from Proto-Slavic *blędь (error), from *blęsti (to talk nonsense, err).

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NounEdit

блядь (bljadʹf anim (genitive бля́ди, nominative plural бля́ди, genitive plural бляде́й)

  1. (vulgar) whore, slut, prostitute
    ходи́ть по блядя́м‎ ― xodítʹ po bljadjámto go whoring
    за́сраная блядь‎ ― zásranaja bljadʹstinking whore
  2. (vulgar) bitch, slut, promiscuous person
  3. (vulgar) general-purpose insult — compare shitass, bastard, etc.

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InterjectionEdit

блядь (bljadʹ)

  1. (vulgar) interjection (may be contracted to бля (blja)); compare shit!, fuck!, etc.
  2. (vulgar, intensive) (may be contracted to бля (blja)); compare damn, fucking, etc.
    бля бу́ду‎ ― blja búduI’ll be a whore (used as an affirmation and means following: "I understand what you expect of me and I take full responsibility for what I said and I swear that what I said is the truth".)
  3. (vulgar) discourse particle
    Я, бля, три дня не пил!‎ ― Ja, blja, tri dnja ne pil!I haven't fuckin' drunk [vodka] for three days!

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