Profanity, as defined by Merriam-Webster, is "an offensive word" or "offensive
language". It is also called bad language, strong language, coarse language, foul
Jul 20, 2008 ... There are a lot of swear words in this post, if you feel they might ... The word “crap
” comes from the last name of the person who invented the ...
Feb 18, 2014 ... The most commonly-used swear words reveal more about our medieval ... Many
were quick to point out that the band “didn't invent neon lights”.
Jan 13, 2013 ... Why are some words frowned upon by society? Did somebody just decide one
day to declare that a word should not be said?
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Sep 11, 2013 ... The history of swear words -- blasphemies, invectives, expletives -- is actually a
relatively broad field of study in etymology and linguistics.
Dec 9, 2013 ... Sometimes, everyday speech just can't convey your meaning. You need words
with a little more oomph — expletives. In fact, Americans swear ...
Jun 7, 2007 ... How did fuck and other words get so dirty anyway? They were born that way, for
... Most often, swear words grow less vulgar with time. Back in ...
Jun 17, 2015 ... Have you ever noticed that many of our curse words sound like German ones but
not like French ones? Let's look at the origins of several ...
Aug 13, 2015 ... People's favorite swear and curse words change over time, and this ... A British
slang word for “cheater,” invented by William Shakespeare ...