What does Fanabla in Italian mean?

go to hellA FANABLA: ‘go to hell‘ It’s short for “va fa Napoli” – go to Naples – which is either a sick burn on the city of the sun or a massive compliment: as the saying goes, “see Naples and die”.

What Fongool means?

But fongool (also fangool) is not, as it might appear here, a word to describe people. It is an Americanized version of Italian profanity. The original phrase is Va’ a fare in culo, often shortened to vaffanculo, or just fanculo. This literally means “go do it in an ass” and is similar to the English phrase fuck you.

What are some Italian slang words?

10 Essential Italian Slang Words & Expressions

  • Che figo! | How awesome! …
  • Che schifo! | That’s gross! …
  • In bocca al lupo | Good luck, Break a leg. Click play to hear it pronounced: …
  • Fregatura | Rip off. Click play to hear it pronounced: …
  • Figurati! …
  • I vecchi | Parents. …
  • Mannaggia | Damn! …
  • Devo filare | I gotta run/jet.

What does it mean when an Italian says Marone?

damn it!

Marone – To swear by saying: ‘damn it!

How do you curse someone out in Italian?

Italian swear words

  1. Accidenti! – Damn it, holy smoke! ( lit. …
  2. Porca vacca! – Holy cow! ( lit. …
  3. Porca miseria! – For God’s sake, for Goodness’ sake (lit. pig misery)
  4. Porco cane! – For God’s sake! ( lit. …
  5. Cavolo! – Holy smoke! ( lit. …
  6. Col cavolo! – No way! (lit. …
  7. Madonna! – Good God! ( lit. …
  8. Madonna santa! – Good God! ( lit.

What does Paesan mean in Italian?

(Alternate spelling of paesano, from Neapolitan language “paisano,” often shortened to “paisan” or “paesan”) among Italian Americans and Americans of Italian descent, a fellow Italian or Italian-American; a fellow ethnic Italian. A native, especially a native of California of mixed Spanish and Indian ancestry.

How do you pronounce Fanculo?

Fan·cu·lo.

What does Fugazi mean in Italian?

Fugazi, some claim, is Italian for “fake,” and although I can find no Italian dictionary that confirms this, I think we should keep it, and urge Italo-phones everywhere to do the same. It is richly gratifying to pronounce, an amphibrach that feels equal parts obscenity and absurdity.

What is a Mook Italian?

: a foolish, insignificant, or contemptible person.