Swedish: muna

Rejzko

Senior Member
In a Swedish film, the character speaking is named Petri Mikkola, so I think he is probably a Finn. He is talking with another man:

Man: "Vet du vad folk säger om dig?"
Mikkola: Ja, jag vet vad folk säger om mig. Att min muna är så här fucking stor. (and makes a gesture showing "really big")
Man: Grattis. Det måste vara underbart för din pojkvän.

Is "muna" "mun" - mouth? From the context a different body part would seem more likely. I have not found the word in any Swedish dictionary. Does this word even exist in Swedish?
 
  • Ansku89

    Member
    Finnish
    Muna is Finnish for egg and is a common vulgar expression for a certain male organ. I wouldn't expect a Swedish person to understand it though, Swedes normally don't speak any Finnish and I wouldn't use Finnish words when speaking to a Swede.
     

    Rejzko

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    Muna is Finnish for egg and is a common vulgar expression for a certain male organ. I wouldn't expect a Swedish person to understand it though, Swedes normally don't speak any Finnish and I wouldn't use Finnish words when speaking to a Swede.
    This is what I suspected because of the context but was not sure.
     
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