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Me: (stubs toe) Blyat!
Child: what does blyat mean?
Me: Oh it’s just a word I made up whenever I’m in pain
by Dubiks May 07, 2019
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Referring to women who are sexually or romantically attracted to other women. Applies to both lesbians and bisexual women, as it is only the same-sex attraction that matters, not any other attractions the women may have.

Originates from the Greek poet Sappho, a bisexual woman from the Isle of Lesbos, from which we get the term lesbian.
The sapphic women greatly enjoyed each others company.
by whatisdead June 25, 2015
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This russian word is one of the universe's greatest mysterious, including:
What happend to the unknown wonders of the worlds?
What is the true nature of god?
Why god created animals out of meat if he did not want us to feast of them?
etc. so does blyat comes along. The formal known version of this particular word is translated to simply- "whore" "slut" and other words that explain the oldest proffesion in this world. Yet, russians (and latley, Israelis as one, even without a slavic roots in blood) are using this term as a link-word, as a curse, almost anything you can imagine.
"blyat, I messed up!"
"you damn bitch, blyat!"
"I hate you, blyat, and I need something!"
"...blyat. blyat?
-blyat."
by Spiel Brickner September 06, 2005
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Not to confuse with "blyad"

Blyad - whore, slut, etc

Blyat - emotinal expression. Positive\negative - depends on the situation and intonation.
"This girl is blyad"

"Blyat, this is beatiful!"
by C1ayman November 11, 2017
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Joseph: BLYAAAAAAT THIS DUDE KILLED ME IN FORTNITE BLYAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAT

Anthony: I didn't know you were russian, you said blyat
by human1010101 November 22, 2018
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In continue to the definition by Spiel Brickner, which was rather accurate, I'd like to add a couple of things.
While using the word "blyat" as a link word (regardless to its meaning) , there are no rules for where to place this word in the sentence. You may place it anywhere in the sentence as many times as possible, even after each word if you will, and it will still remain correct russian grammar.
The bets anology demonstrating it, is the hebrew word "keilu", which northern Israeli bitches use similary as a link word placing it randomly in the sentence regardless the meaning of the word itself.
(A little exaggerated example, even though you can find russian people talking this way)
Yesterday blyat I went to this party, blyat, and it was so lame blyat that even after I got drunk blyat I didn't feel like dancing blyat.
by Alon Gutman July 16, 2006
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