- 1 How do you say OK in Russian?
- 2 What are Russian bad words?
- 3 What does Moya mean in Russian?
- 4 What does Harasho mean in Russian?
- 5 What is your name in Russian?
- 6 What is Privyet?
- 7 Is Russian hard to learn?
- 8 What does Opa mean in Russian?
- 9 What does mamushka mean?
- 10 What does Zaichik mean?
- 11 What does Paka Paka mean in Russian?
- 12 What does Chu Chu mean in Russian?
- 13 What is a Russian Gopnik?
How do you say OK in Russian?
Besides, you cay say OK in Russian using Russian words: – ́ [lád-na] (ok, alright, deal), – ́ [ha-ra-shó] (good), – ́ [da-ga-va-rée-lees’] (agreed, deal).
What are Russian bad words?
What The Best and Funniest Russian Swear Words, Curses and Phrases?
- Srat’ tebe v rot – To crap in your mouth.
- Perhot’ podzalupnaya – Pee hole dandruff (which makes me wonder how the dandruff got there in the first place!)
- Razvaluha – Car that’s falling apart as it goes.
- Shluha vokzal’naja – Train station whore.
What does Moya mean in Russian?
moë, moj, moya in Russian translates to my in English – see more translations here!
What does Harasho mean in Russian?
Harasho in Russian means good, well. In Cyrillic it’s written ́.
What is your name in Russian?
Context sentences What’s your name?? (Kak Vas zovut?) what is your name??
What is Privyet?
The informal way of saying “hello” in Russian is privyet! (pree-vyet) It’s similar to the English “hi,” and you should be on pretty familiar terms with a person before you use this greeting.
Is Russian hard to learn?
Russian is widely believed to be one of the most difficult languages to learn. The need to learn the Russian alphabet serves as yet another obstacle for many people who would like to learn the language. They might be surprised to know that the Russian alphabet actually takes only about 10 hours to learn.
What does Opa mean in Russian?
Scream. But more correctly “” or “” See a translation.
What does mamushka mean?
The word Mamushka means mommy, mom, mother; The mother is the central figure that from the dawn of time has passed down generation to generation the culinary culture of her country or region.
What does Zaichik mean?
A slang term for the Belarusian ruble. Literally, the term means ” little hare,” a reference to the picture of a hare that appeared on banknotes in the 1990s.
What does Paka Paka mean in Russian?
Paka in Russian means bye. In Cyrillic it’s written ́. Sometimes Russians say paka paka!. It is the same as bye bye!.
What does Chu Chu mean in Russian?
(‘chu-vak’) / Dude It is usually used between peers and friends. For young women there is a similar word with the same root, (‘chu-vi-ha’), but it is no longer commonly used, and previously had a negative connotation of meaning prostitute. A Russian man | © Pixabay.
What is a Russian Gopnik?
A gopnik (Russian:, romanized: gopnik, pronounced [ˈɡopnʲɪk]; Ukrainian:, romanized: hopnyk; Belarusian: і, romanized: hopnik) is a member of a subculture in Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, and in other former Soviet republics – a young man (or a woman, a gopnitsa) of working-class background who usually