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Need Japanese swearwords for content filters and forbidden passwords

Dear honoured members of the Japanese SCN community,

As part of a crowd sourcing project, we need to collect Japanese swearwords. This is because the SCN content filters and SAP table USR40 examples only contain forbidden patterns in the English language, but for all we know you folks are swearing like troopers or your passwords are inappropriate and this goes unnoticed.

Could you please respond to this thread listing as many swear words as you can to test the content filters and verify that all patterns are trapped.

Many thanks for your co-operation.

Julius Bussche

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    Dec 12, 2014 at 04:15 AM

    Hi Julius,

    mosty easily, you can see from web disctonary below, where JPN's swearwords, slung, etc. are collected as a dictionary.

    日本語俗語辞書 - 若者言葉・新語・死語・流行語

    another way : this site will give you equivalent JPN words when you put English swear words in the box, "英辞郎 on the Web."

    英語学習・TOEIC対策・英辞郎 on the WEB | アルク

    wish this helps.

    thanks, Shiroh Kinoshita

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    • sorry for late answer to your question. I think JPN casual words are changing a lot and very flexible from time to time, so I cannot answer any specific patterns like Engligh swearwords. I found the similar questions from certain web page below :

      >I got one more thing to write about swear wards. I couldn’t come up with any good answer

      >when one of my Chinese friends asked “What are Japanese swear words?”

      >And this surprised him.

      >In Chinese, there are also lots of expressions such as “I’ll f*ck your mother” just like in English.

      >In Japanese… is that “お前の母ちゃんデベソ(omae no kaachan debeso)”? LOL

      >Do you think of anything else?

      >At most, they are “クソ(kuso)” ” 畜生(chikusho)”, or something like that, aren’t they?

      >Yeah! No swear words exist in Japanese.

      >I searched and some say there are swear words.

      >But, at least, we don’t use swear words in a way British or Chinese people do.

      >In that sense, Japanese language might be unique.

      so, my recommendation is to just consult equivalent words with English 4 char words in the dictionary above.

      thanks, Shiroh