Let’s continue with part 2 of our Ten Japanese Insult Words You Can Use.
03) Aho (アホ)
Aho translates to idiot, stupid and even something like a moron. The word itself Aho can be synonymous with Baka which also means the same thing. You coulds say Baka but it is mostly a common word to say so why not settle for Aho which is just the same. The way to say it is to emphasis the HO part. This one is nice to use when you’re messing around with friends. Just like calling your friends an Aho when they do something silly or just say something stupid as well.
04) Kisama (貴様)
Kisama basically translates to you but in an aggressive way. While you maybe wondering what or how you can be an insult, the way the say it is what makes it as a good insult. Saying Kisama in a strong way makes you feel good and gives the person the idea that you are angry. Then again if they don’t understand Japanese then you just end up sounding cool or silly. Just remember to execute it nicely and a nice little point with your finger is also good as well to get your point across.
05) Chikuso (チクソ)
Chikuso is actually a curse word and is considered as an improper Japanese word. It’s like a slang or has no translation to any language. The basic concept of it is that the person saying Chikuso is like saying “Oh Shit” which is of course a curse. This can be used when you screw up on something and you don’t want it to be obvious. It’s like if you slipped or left something at home then you just say Chikuso. You can always say it with a loud voice or just use a subtle voice.
06) Urusai (うるさい)
Urusai basically translates to keep quiet or if you want to use it as an insult then it means “Shut Up”. It’s a very nice thing to say when you would want someone to be quiet. You can even say it in a loud voice to show them your intimidating factor. You can even say the variation which is Urusezo, which can mostly be said in a softer tone. You can even just tell people to be quiet in a polite way but of course screaming out URUSAI in a loud tone can be really good and make sure you mean it.
We’ll continue with the last part of our Ten Japanese Insult Words You Can Use.