This is the last part of our Ten Japanese Insult Words You Can Use list.
07) Sukebe (スケベ)
Sukebe is kind of like an insult but only to those that warrant it. It basically means lecher, pervert and sometimes creepy. The word pervert can also be translated to Hentai but let’s avoid confusion with those pornographic anime series. Plus if you shout hentai to a pervert, they’ll probably be confused as to why you are screaming it since it is like a digital medium. Sukebe on the other hand is better plus you don’t need to shout it. You can even just do like what they usually do and say Sukebe in soft pitches but in rapid repetitions to it.
08) Chibi (ちび)
Chibi translates to being small or tiny. It’s not really that much of an insult but most Japanese people are somewhat offended by being called this especially if they are short. The way to say Chibi is not by screaming it but in a natural speaking voice. You just have to tell the person Chibi in a light mannered but in a way that makes it sound that you are condescending them in a way. In some cases most people look down on the person and say Chibi to give it that added effect as well and remember don’t scream it.
09) Koshinuke (腰抜け)
Koshinuke basically means coward in English. This one is a good insult to someone that is usually afraid or easy to get scared. Its perfect to use against friends if you’re playing a game for fun and enjoyment. You can just say it in a straightforward manner minus the shouting. Now that of course is unless you are screaming it at a person that is from a distance or when you would want to prove that you’re angry as such to another person so you say it in a high pitch screaming sound.
10) Kono Yarou (この やろう)
Kono Yarou is basically just an expressive way of saying “Why You”. In some cases it could be a curse word like telling someone “Damn You”. The main point is that you are addressing someone in an angry state hence they “You” must always be there as such. One of the instances when a person can say Kono Yarou is when they are going to engage someone or when they are already currently engaging someone. Telling them Kono Yarou is basically like a battle cry although noting to serious hopefully. Just remember that it counts as a good insult as well as a goo empowerment statement.
That concludes our look into Ten Japanese Insult Words You Can Use. You can also look up other insult words that you can see fit to use.