Compounding is frequently used to coin novel profanities. Some can be preceded by fy "fie", especially fy fan! Pejoratives relating to ethnicity, occupation or political views often have the suffix -e. By contrast, most of the traditional religious profanities are not considered very offensive today; this is in line with Sweden 's long-standing secularism. Sometimes, when an element can be used as derogatory or intensifying in either prefixed and suffixed positions, the relation between elements in the compound can be reversed with basically no change in meaning, e. Some elements can be used either as attributive adjective or as compound first element, which is a marked accentual distinction in Swedish, to produce a subtle semantic difference, thus mongo hund or mongohund. Swedish profanity can be divided into several categories.
Vienna. Age: 21.
Commonly used as euphemisms are certain numerals, especially sjutton 'seventeen'; phonologically reminiscent of skit , and variant form tusan from tusen 'thousand' , plus nonsense numerals used as intensifiers like femtielva 'fifty-eleven'.
Erika. Age: 21.
Some can be preceded by fy "fie", especially fy fan! Second person personal pronouns in invectives are usually replaced by possessives: thus din idiot! Swedish profanity can be divided into several categories.