Lithuanian curse words

and how to find them

M. M. De Voe

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Spitcake is not the greatest translation for this traditional celebratory cake (it is cooked over a fire on a spit, yes true.)

The deliciously difficult Lithuanian language — which will slay you with declensions, dozens of diminutive suffixes, ten grammatical cases for verbs and adjectives, and seven noun cases, and although every single noun is gendered, there are no articles and very few prepositions — complicated and ancient as this language is, almost no actual curse words exist in the language.

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M. M. De Voe

Fictionista, collector of obscure awards, admirer of optimists in the face of dread. Author of 2 books that are polar opposites and yet the same. mmdevoe.com