; probably derived from the Malay word cuai, that means negligent.» Do'i (boyfriend / girlfriend) - originated from the word dia (him/her) transformed by inserting letter o in the middle and deleting the last letter a. » Bokep (pornographic film) - originated from abbreviation BF which means Blue Film.» Banget - (Formal: Sangat, Amat) Very » Bokap - (Formal: Bapak, Ayah) Father, developed from Boss Kakap literally means big boss » Bonyok - (Formal: Orang Tua) Parents.
» Putol (pucuk kontol) - same as Palkon » Onani, Masturbasi, Ngloco - masturbation (self service) » Puting, Pentil - breast nipple, lit. means 'squirting' » Pantat - very rude term of 'the bottom part', buttock.
» Memantat - doing anal sex » Oom Senang - Gigolo, lit.
means "happy uncle" » Tante Girang - a woman who likes to having sex with younger man, lit.
means "happy auntie" » ABG (Anak Baru Gede) - teenagers, usually says to a person between 12 and less than 17 years old » Anjing, Jing, Asu, Kirik - Bitch.
Indonesian slang language (bahasa gaul or bahasa prokem) is a non-formal language of Indonesia mainly spoken in urban areas.
Indonesian slang language is an informal variety of the Indonesian language.
The slang language is an ever-evolving language, as many words quickly become outdated and obsolete because of trends.
Indonesian slang language is mainly spoken in urban areas.
For example, the word Bapak is broken into B-ok-apak and the last -ak is deleted, and the resulting word is Bokap which used as a slang for Father, even until now.
The word Sekolah (School) is transformed into Skokul, but this word is slowly become outdated and by 1990s the word is not used anymore.
Its native name, bahasa gaul, means 'language for socialization', as gaul means 'to be socialised'. The term bahasa prokem, which was coined in the early 1980s, means 'the language of gangsters'; prokem is a slang form of preman, derived from the Dutch word free-man, which means 'gangster'.