April 7, 2015

Overtime a number of coarse and vulgar words from other languages throughout the Nexis have been incorporated into the Corr’Quin dialect. Usually reserved for offending or expressing intense emotion, some are used more casually depending on the social circle. Examples include:

As a noun it refers to fecal matter (excrement) and as a verb it means to defecate.
“What a bunch of crite.” “You are full of crite.” “It smell like crite in here.”

Refers to the act of sexual intercourse and is also commonly used to denote disdain or as an intensifier.
“V’lek you!” “What the v’lek?” “What a v’leking mess!” “We are so v’leked!”

A term of degradation considered to be the most extreme and hostile of insults. When used alone acts as an intensifier, while the addition of “un” (mox’zung un), directs the profanity towards a group or individual. This phrase is used sparingly, as it often results in a violent reaction.