Latin profanity is the profane, indecent, or impolite vocabulary of Latin, and its uses. Words deemed profane were described as obsc(a)ena or improba Profanities occurred rarely in classical Latin, limited to satirical works and commentaries on word usage, but they could be found in Vulgar. English, Latin (translated indirectly), Esperanto. info asshole. common noun. . info arsehole. common noun. ;. info bastard. common noun. ;. info son‐of‐a‐bitch. common noun.) info cimex. common noun. ;. info maena. common noun. info viraĉo. common noun. Slang figurative usage dates to the 20th century; it was used of an uninviting place (compare shithole) in the s, and then of an anti-social or despicable person from at least the s (Harvard Advocate , March ). It also also used appositionally (as in "You're an asshole moralist", T. Chamales, ).
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