Gay Dictionary Serbian
How to say gay in Serbian
Below are the words of our Serbian Gay Dictionary that we will expand in new editions. If you know any more, please, contact us. But first some information about the language and where it is spoken.
Serbian is a language of the Indo-European family, spoken mainly in Serbia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, and Montenegro by 12 million persons.
The situation of the LGBT community in Serbia is not good because of the high degree of homophobia in society. In 2006 the new constitution defined marriage as that celebrated between a man and a woman and has not yet been able to legalize equal civil unions. Although there are anti-discrimination and anti-hate speech laws, aggression and discrimination are frequent. The beginning of the celebration of the Pride of Belgrade (2001) was difficult due to the counter-demonstrations and the attacks of homophobic extremists that far surpassed the LGBT protesters. Pride was not celebrated for several years because the administration could not guarantee security, although since 2014 it has been held every year. In 2017 the Belgian Pride had the participation of its first minister, Ana Brnabić, openly lesbian. The latest surveys conducted by ILGA show a positive change in the acceptance of sexual diversity in Serbia.
The English translation of the word Aktivan is active and refers to the man who penetrates in the anal intercourse, the top.
Bipsić is bisexual slang. Its origin is in the name that received in Serbia The Biskitts some cartoons carried out by puppies. It is used for both men and women.+
Back boy. Faggot.+
Derpe is a slang belonging to the Šatrovački jargon, spoken in the Balkans, and which consists, among many other ways, in altering the order of the syllables as occurs with the French jargon the Verlan. So this slang has its origin in the word peder, which means pederast and that we could translate into English as a faggot.
The literal translation of the expression Dvocevka would be something like “double-handed” and it is the name given to a two-barreled rifle or gun. In any case, this meaning of double is the origin of this bisexual slang that is used for both men and women.+
Furundžija is a mocking expression to refer to the bottom homosexual in anal intercourse. Etymologically it comes from the word Fùruna that means oven, which can be the origin of the slang, a hot place to insert and extract things.
Gej is the phonetic adaptation to the English word Gay and its intention is neutral.+
The literal translation of the word Gejša is geisha and is slang for a homosexual man. It is also the name given to a small handbag, also called pederusa, which in turn is also slang for a homosexual man.
Homo (хомо) is the short form of homosexual.
The English translation of the word Homoseksualac (хомосексуалист) is homosexual.+
The English translation of the word Pasivan is passive, and refers to the man who is penetrated in the anal intercourse, the bottom.
From pederast, faggot.+
Pedercina (педерчина) is one of many expressions derived from the word pederast used in these countries to attack homosexual men and that we could translate as faggot.+
Pederusa is the name given to a small handbag worn by some men and that is slang for a homosexual man. Although there are those who say that it has nothing to do with the word Peder, the relationship is quite obvious, especially if we think of the same male accessory that was used in Spain and that was called maricona (faggot). In addition in Serbia, this bag also receives the name of Gejša, whose literal translation is geisha, and that is also slang of homosexual man.
The Serbian word Peškir translated into the English language is towel and also is a slang for faggot. It is used or known in all countries in that area of Europe, countries which also belong to a larger group we call pederasts countries. Check our article for the Gay Slang Collection to read more about this word, its implications and about pedophile countries.
Read more: Peškir. Gay Dictionary (Serbia).