I am the author of http://www.russki-mat.net, a dictionary of Russian slang, colloquialisms and obscene vocabulary. It started on a beer mat in Saint-Petersburg in 1997 and grew over time to include pragmatic explanations in the languages I know (French, German, English), and a fair number of those I don't (Breton, Latin, Romanian, Italian, Spanish, Aragonese, Greek and Hungarian).
Now I believe that I have annoyed most of the persons I know that are kind and qualified enough to provide me with a good translation in their language - but still I feel I could have more.
Are there any enthusiasts on the forum that would give me a hand with Chinese, Japanese, Welsh, Suaheli, Hebrew or some other language?
The translation in new languages concerns only a small but crucial part of the dictionary (20 terms out of 1500), and represents 4 pages in word (half of it being in Russian and requires no translation). I can provide a Russian-French, Russian-German or Russian-English version for translation (as well as Latin, Romanian, Italian, Spanish, Aragonese, Greek and Hungarian).
The whole thing is rather pointless, I agree, it's mostly l'art pour l'art. Collector's impulse... no commercial use is intended.
If you would like names, words or short phrases transliterated or translated, this is the place to make your requests.
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