Mongolian

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Etymology

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From Russian пизда́ (pizdá, cunt).

Interjection

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пизда (pizda)

  1. (vulgar) Shit! (an expression of anger or frustration)
  2. (vulgar) Fuck you! (an expression of anger or frustration)

Old East Slavic

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Etymology

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PIE word
*písdeh₂

Inherited from Proto-Slavic *pīzdà (vulva). Cognate with Old Novgorodian пиꙁда (pizda).

First attested in the second half of the 11th century as пиꙁъда (pizŭda) in an inscription on a stone in Saint Sophia Cathedral in Polotsk, Belarus.[1]

Pronunciation

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  • IPA(key): /piˈzdɑ//pʲiˈzda//pʲiˈzda/
  • (ca. 9th CE) IPA(key): /piˈzdɑ/
  • (ca. 11th CE) IPA(key): /pʲiˈzda/
  • (ca. 13th CE) IPA(key): /pʲiˈzda/
  • Hyphenation: пи‧зда

Noun

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пизда (pizdaf

  1. (anatomy, vulgar) vulva
    • c. 1140‒1160, Грамота № Смол. 15[2][3] [Birchbark letter no. Smol. 15], Smolensk:
      … дъ пиꙁдꙑ
      … dŭ pizdy
      … to the pussy
    • c. 1st half ‒ mid-14th c., priest Savva, Псковское Евангелие Тип. 21[4] [Pskov Gospel Tip. 21], Pskov, page 16 rev. side (marginalia # 2):
      мѧⷭ҇ꙗдъ ѥсть мѧⷭ҇пуⷭ҇ ѥсть а пиздопуⷭ҇ ѥсть ли
      s(o)jadŭ jestĭ męs(o)pus(tŭ) jestĭ a pizdopus(tŭ) jestĭ li
      there is meat-eating, there is abstaining from meat, but is there abstaining from the vulva?

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References

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  1. ^ Kalechyts, I. L. (2011) Эпіграфіка Беларусі X–XIV стст. [Epigraphy of Belarus of the 10ᵗʰ–14ᵗʰ cc.]‎[1] (in Belarusian), Minsk: Belaruskaia navuka, →ISBN, page 38
  2. ^ пиꙁдꙑ (letter no. Smol. 15), c. 1140‒1160”, in Древнерусские берестяные грамоты [Birchbark Literacy from Medieval Rus] (in Russian), http://gramoty.ru, 2007–2024
  3. ^ Gippius, A. A., Sichinava, D. V., editors (2021), “Поправки и замечания к чтению ранее опубликованных берестяных грамот (НГБ, Т. 13): предв. публ.”, in Русский язык в научном освещении [Russian Language and Linguistic Theory] (in Russian), number 2, Moscow: V. V. Vinogradov Russian Language Institute, →DOI, →ISSN, page 245 of 178–259
  4. ^ Krysko, V. B., Ladyzhensky, I. M. (2022) “Поп-сквернослов: Обсценные маргиналии в древнерусском евангелии [A ribald cleric: Obscene marginalia in an Old East Slavic Gospel]”, in Die Welt der Slaven[2] (in Russian), volume 67, number 2, Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz Verlag, →DOI, →ISBN, page 291:пиздопуⷭ҇

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Alternative forms

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Etymology

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Inherited from Old East Slavic пизда́ (pizdá), from Proto-Slavic *pīzdà, from Proto-Balto-Slavic *pīˀsdāˀ, from Proto-Indo-European *písdeh₂.

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  • IPA(key): [pʲɪzˈda]
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Noun

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пизда́ (pizdáf anim or f inan (genitive пизды́, nominative plural пи́зды or пёзды, genitive plural пизд or пёзд, diminutive пиздёнка, augmentative пизди́ща or пизди́ще)

  1. (vulgar, swear word, taboo slang) pussy, cunt, twat
    дать пизды́datʹ pizdýto give a beating
    • Теперь ты ясно видишь мое несчастное положение и, как друг, верно, пожалеешь, а может быть, и позавидуешь, ибо всё то хорошо, чего у нас нет, от этого, верно, и пизда нам нравится.
      Lermontov, letter to S. Rayevsky, 1836
  2. (vulgar, extremely offensive, animate) woman, bitch, cunt
  3. (vulgar, taboo slang) bad situation
    • Затишье. После обеда полная пизда, развал. Приборы увезли, и прочее, и прочее. Остались пушки. Таскали снаряды. Наши отступают. Что будет?
      Yuriy Buchinskiy, diary, 14th September 1941

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Serbo-Croatian

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Etymology

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Inherited from Proto-Slavic *pīzdà, from Proto-Balto-Slavic *pīˀsdāˀ, from Proto-Indo-European *písdeh₂.

Pronunciation

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  • IPA(key): /pǐːzda/
  • Hyphenation: пиз‧да

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пи́зда f (Latin spelling pízda)

  1. (vulgar) pussy, cunt (female genitalia)
  2. (vulgar) disparaging term for a contemptible or disreputable person; scumbag, cunt

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The term пи̏чка describes the female genitalia more accurately. Although using the term "пизда" in such a context is not wrong, it is generally used to describe someone's objectionable attributes. Another similar word that is used is пи́ца, a diminutive of both although used more flippantly or humorously.

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Ukrainian

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Etymology

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Inherited from Old East Slavic пизда́ (pizdá), from Proto-Slavic *pīzdà, from Proto-Balto-Slavic *pīˀsdāˀ, from Proto-Indo-European *písdeh₂.

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пизда́ (pyzdáf inan (genitive пизди́, nominative plural пи́зди or пизди́, genitive plural пизд)

  1. (vulgar, taboo slang) pussy, cunt, twat

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