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Mof

German Germany

Slang USED On Rare Occasion BY Young People

(n.) It’s an abbreviation for “Mensch Ohne Freunde” (Person without friends) and is usually used as a joke among friends when you’re in a situation all by yourself.

“Ich war die einzige, die da war. Ich habe mich wie ein Mof gefühlt.”

"I’m the only one who was there. I felt like a Mof."




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Bulle*

* bull

German Germany

Slang USED On Occasion BY mostly young people

(n.) a rather insulting term used to refer to a police officer, often used similar to the word „cop“ in English

"Ich rufe die Bullen."

"I‘m calling the bulls."


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Kohle

German Germany

Word USED On Occasion BY Everyone apart from old people

(n.) Money.

“Ich habe keine Kohle mehr.”

“I don’t have any money left.”


Confirmed by 4 people



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hee

German | Swabian Baden-Württemberg , Germany

Word USED On Occasion BY Everyone

(adj.) Something that is broken, not working.

"Des Audo isch hee. (Dieses Auto ist kaputt.)"

"The car is broken."




so ein Horst*

* such a Horst

German Germany

Slang USED On Occasion BY Young People

Used as an insult for a stupid person. It’s not a really strong insult, but it shows how annoyed you are by that person. Horst is a male name.

"Hast du schon wieder vergessen, die Tür zuzumachen? Du bist so ein Horst."

"Did you forget to close the door again? You’re such a Horst."


Confirmed by 7 people