I was born in Odessa, Ukraine, and lived in this city till my 21 year. Then, after some not pleasurable episodes, I decided to move to Krasnoyarsk, Russia. But my relocation wasn’t connected only with bad circumstances. Also I moved to my future wife’s flat and, since that happened, I have started a new life. And I have been living this new life in a new city for last 6 years. But Odessa city, which I left, still occupies a big part in my heart.

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This is another summary task given by my English teacher. He found a very informative tech magazine, called Open Source for You, which introduces a lot of useful and modern tech content. And this time the summary will be about natural language processing, especially about information extraction technique used by search engines and about a knowledge database canonicalisation problem. It’s a very interesting topic for me and I’m thankful to my teacher for giving me such interesting topics for my writing.

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As a very active Android user I use a lot of applications and a huge part of them are maps connected applications. Some of them help me find a way or some places, some are useful for finding information about companies, some give more information about transportation. Because currently I’m living in Russia, I’m using Russian company’s apps such as 2gis and Yandex mobile map apps and in this article I will compare them.

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Не пизди и не пиздим будешь

It’s a Russian phrase with which you can have difficulties to explain it to native English speaker. First of all you should explain meaning of the words ‘пизди’ and ‘пиздим’ based on word ‘пизда’.
So, ‘пизда’ is a Russian rude slang word to name vagina, a women sexual organ. This word has stress on first syllable like ‘пИзда’. Usually it used when person angry or wants to emphasize emotional context of something.


But to explain it better we also need explain word ‘пизда’ not in sexual organ meaning but in meaning that describe state of situation. We can hear as someone will say ‘ему пизда’. It’s can describe very bad state or situation for some person. Maybe he going to die or be seriously injured or beaten or punished – ‘ему пизда’.
To describe your opinion about something you can say just ‘пизда’, for example you just broke your computer accidentally or broke your leg or you just fired from job and you have a lot of debts – it’s ‘пизда’.
Another word for bad situations is ‘пиздец’, stress on second syllable, like ‘пиздЕц’. The difference in more emotional expression and in general both words can be used as synonyms. But if situation just happened or it’s a very bad situation, but you can live with that and now you just very sad about that, the Russian can say ‘пизда’. If something bad happened and it’s already finished and can’t be undone it feels more like ‘пиздец’.

There is several rude words which inherit from ‘пизда’ but they have different meaning based on context. It can be verb and it can be adjective or a noun.


One of them is the verb ‘пиздеть’  and it’s forms like ‘ты пиздишь’, ‘я пизжу’, ‘они пиздят’, ‘не пизди’. We are interested in the last one. We can’t translate it literally to English. To pronounce it right we need put stress on second syllable, like ‘пиздЕть’.
Meaning of ‘пиздеть’ is to speak and it’s like rude comparison of mouth with woman vagina. It means like you say bullshit, you say something really bad or what you are saying is not true. If person know you are lier or know that what you talking about not real and can’t be true, or if person doesn’t like what are you saying, he can told you – ‘не пизди’. By meaning the closest translation is ‘shut up’.


The other form with different meaning is the verb  ‘пиздить’. As you can see there was changed only one letter and stress putted on another syllable in word, like ‘пИздить’.
Literally meaning can be translated like ‘kick ass’ or ‘beat him very hard’. So, when one person very angry on another (maybe because he didn’t stop ‘пиздЕть’) he can commit physical violence on this person. When he hits another person it’s can be called ‘пиздюля’, it’s a noun that describe very hard and good hit or punishment. In the process of ‘пиздить’ there can be a lot of ‘пиздюля’ caused on person by another person(s).
And in the end of ‘пиздить’ the beaten person now in state ‘отпизжен’, it’s and adjective to describe hard beaten person. And person one, who commit beating, now in state ‘отпиздил’ towards to his victim. We can say ‘Иван отпиздил Федю и теперь Федя отпизжен’ that means Ivan have beaten Fedya and now Fedya had beaten.
Another phrase that we need understand is ‘дать пизды’, it’s not a process but it’s a plan to beat someone. So we can say if ‘Иван хочет дать пизды’ it’s mean that Ivan going to beat someone.

If we return to our main explanation for phrase ‘не пиздим будешь’ it can be now understandable like synonym to ‘не отпизжен будешь’, that generally means avoid of being beaten.
Based on all said above we can conclude, that for not to be ‘пиздимым’ or ‘отпизженным’ you should avoid situations, when somebody want’s to ‘дать пизды’ to you or, if it’s already going, you should defend yourself and ‘пиздить’ the aggressor too.

And finally the meaning of phrase ‘Не пизди и не пиздим будешь’ can be fully understandable. It means ‘Don’t speak much and you won’t be beaten hard’ or ‘Shut up and you won’t be beaten’.

Thank you for reading! This article was written for learning purposes because I’m attending English lessons.