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Oxhorn’s Unabridged Dictionary are Ox's classier alternative to real swearing as created in the Inventing Swear Words series. The full list from Oxhorn's official website can be see below.[1]

Inventing Swear Words 1 - World of Warcraft (WoW) Machinima by Oxhorn

Inventing Swear Words 1 - World of Warcraft (WoW) Machinima by Oxhorn

The video that brought us the first batch of words.

BLIT, noun.

  1. A malicious, evil, selfish, unpleasant or otherwise contemptible person; (Timmy’s mom is a blit).
  2. Anything difficult or unpleasant; (that job was a blit).
  3. Any part of anything, whether one’s body or a part of an object; (I’m going to kick you in the blit).

BLOIT, verb.

  1. To complain; gripe; (stop bloitting).
  2. To fumble, mess up, drop the ball; (I bloitted that one).
  3. To strike, act carelessly, wastefully or foolishly; (he bloitted me in the foot).

BLOIT, phrasal verb.

  1. To shirk one’s duty; (just bloit it).
  2. To go away: used as an exclamation of impatience; (bloit off!)
  3. To waste time; (I bloitted all day).

BLOIT, interjection.

  1. Used to express anger, rejection and disgust, often followed by a pronoun, such as “you” or “it”; (go bloit yourself).

BLOIT, as an adjective, adverb.

  1. Damned; confounded; bloody; (that bloitting politician).

CHAK, verb.

  1. To strike, act carelessly, wastefully or foolishly; (don’t chak him in the thumb).
  2. To be in an undesirable position, (I’m chakked).

FLAK, noun.

  1. Any part of anything, whether one’s body or a part of an object; (she thumped me in the flak).
  2. To care, be concerned; (I don’t give a flak).

FLAK, verb.

  1. To be in an undesirable position, (you’re flakked).

GRAT, interjection.

  1. Used to express anger, rejection and disgust, often followed by a pronoun, such as “you” or “it”; (grat it!)

GRAT, as an adjective, adverb.

  1. Damned; confounded; bloody; (that gratting idiot).

WOLSH, verb.

  1. To strike, act carelessly, wastefully or foolishly; (you wolshed that guy bad).
  2. To abuse or manipulate against one’s will; (I was thoroughly wolshed).
  3. Any part of anything, whether one’s body or a part of an object; (I was hit in the wolsh).

References Edit

  1. http://www.bloggingwithclass.com/script/script-oxhorns-unabridged-dictionary/