A person's spoken speech consists of a multitude of words that he uses, sometimes without even thinking about their meaning.
The meaning of the word "dude"
Surely each of us sometimes wondered about the origin of a word. In particular, many times I had to think: what does the word "dude" mean?
The word "dude" in the vocabulary of modern man is quite used, especially among the younger generation. The sense load of youth slang is quite friendly and carries a slang democratic meaning; this word is applied to good acquaintances and friends, in particular to male representatives, namely boys, young men, young people, that is, not too old men. This call is also used as a call instead of a name.
The origin of the word "dude"
Like anyone, the word "dude" has its own history of origin, and not even one. It appeared in the middle of the twentieth century, being formed from the gypsy word "čavo"; the translation of the word "dude" meant "his boyfriend". By the way, from the Roma in the Russian language, and in other languages, a sufficient number of words have come. This happened because of the large spread of the Roma population across Europe.
And since the Roma were often associated with theft and deception, their language was also considered criminal (thievish).
For example, all the familiar word "hawat", used in everyday life (especially among adolescents), means "is"; and "hawala", therefore, "mouth" and "face".
There is another assumption that explains the meaning of the word "dude" and has English roots. So, the English word "chew" was used in the hippie environment, and it meant - "chew". In this case, it was meant: chewing gum (chewing gum) is an activity that is very common among young people of the 60s. Another English word "chav" has two meanings: "the guy from the street" and "Gopnik".
There is a right to exist the version that the word "dude" arose from the word "Chuvash" - a representative of the indigenous population of the Republic of Chuvashia.
Village of Dude
Variants of the origin of the word "dude" can be considered a lot; so even the settlements were called. In the XVII century, the village of Chuvaki was founded in the Perm region, therefore, in those distant times this word was also used, but, perhaps, the meaning was quite different, far from the modern interpretation. To date, in this small village with three streets, where houses with lopsided roofs, two shops and a medical center, are home to about 100 people. The settlement was founded in 1671 by Maximov Ivashka, whose father was a man named Black. Initially, this settlement was called "repairing the Blacks," then it was renamed the village of Chuvakova, and Chuvaki, apparently, became its abbreviated, easily pronounced name.
What does the word "dude" mean? "The castrated boar" is another one of its not very pleasant value; therefore, those who are familiar with this interpretation, consider such an appeal to their person insulting.
Western-minded youth "dude" interprets as "Man Respecting High American Culture".
Also in modern language there is an assumption that the meaning of the word "dude" is a shortened form of the word "man", which carries an extremely friendly meaning.
In the female version of the word "dude" sounds like a "chuviha". In this case, the meaning was more insulting than friendly, and in the thieves' slang of the beginning of the twentieth century meant "prostitute". In 1931, it was analyzed by the Soviet philologist AP Barannikov; in his opinion has a gypsy background and means "friend of a thief".
Using the word "dude" on TV
In the 90 years the word "dude" was used in one of the issues of "Yeralash". In this case, the meaning of the word "dude" was used to enhance the comic situation. Since 2000, Russian film distributors have used it to translate the names of foreign films and dialogues from them.
The American group of developers "Running With Scissors" in 2003 released a computer game "Postal 2", the character of which is a man, in the original - Dude. In the Russian translation he is called a Dude.
In 2004, the first season of the television series Lost was released on the screens, in which Hugo "Hurley" Reyes appealed to male faces with the word "dude".
The baton was adopted by the "Stilyagi" film, which told about the youth of the 50s. In it the words "dude" and "chuvika" are used many times and sound in songs.
In the popular comedy "Gentlemen of Fortune", this word was used in the episode with Khmyrev, when the latter together with Kosykov (the characters of Georgy Vitsin and Saveliy Kramarov) taught Maltsev in the summer residence of Professor Maltsev.
- Well no. In English
In the film "I want to go to jail" this word was used in an episode where bandits took $ 500 by barter from the main character, played by Vladimir Ilyin. It read the phrase:
- Iron - in the scrap, dude - in the open!