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CebuanoEdit

EtymologyEdit

Borrowed from Spanish puñeta.

PronunciationEdit

  • Hyphenation: pun‧ye‧ta

InterjectionEdit

punyeta

  1. (dated) An expression of surprise or anger.

TagalogEdit

EtymologyEdit

Borrowed from Spanish puñeta (wank).

InterjectionEdit

punyeta

  1. (vulgar) Used to express anger
    • 2005, Glenn Sevilla Mas, Rite of Passage: And, Her Father's House : Plays
      If that doesn't work, try hot water! Let's see if that doesn't walce her up! Punyeta! Cristina assists Monica to the exit. And you, Minerva! Punyeta ka rin! Fix that stupid headdress! And be careful about bumping into the other girls tonight, ha?
    • 2007, Tony Perez, Tatlong paglalakbay (→ISBN)
      Punyeta ka — ! — Punyatero — ! Antipatiko — ! Sino'nghindimaku- kunsumi niyan — ! — Anong nananadya — sino'ng na- nanadya — ikaw ang nanadya — ! — Naninira — ? Kung ako, naninira, ikaw, nambubutang — ! LALAKI. (Pasigaw:)  ...

NounEdit

punyeta

  1. (vulgar) a very despicable person; an asshole
    • 1998, Levy Balgos De la Cruz, MGA Ritwal, Sumpa, at Panata: Kalipunan Ng Tatlong Maikling Nobela, University of Philippines Press →ISBN
      "Mga punyeta kayo! Ano ba'ng pinaggagagawa n'yo't ibabagsak na ng mga anay ang buong bahay ay hindi n'yo pa alam! Hindi n"yo ba nakikitang nagkalat ang bukbok sa buong bahay?" "E, talaga naman hong lumang-luma na 'tong bahay, ...