Slang Dictionaries for Foreign Language Learning

  Catalan Slang

The Alternative Catalan Dictionary - Slang, profanities, insults and vulgarisms from all the world. The Alternative dictionaries are a collection of various forms of "bad language" from many languages. At the moment, there are 2743 entries in 162 dictionaries. This is a collaborative project with contributions from a lot of people. The pages are developed and edited by Hans-Christian Holm.

 

 

  Chinese Slang

Chinese Sketches: Slang - An article on Chinese slang in English, without the original Chinese words or phrase, but their translation into their English equivalents for the purpose of getting a sense of how Chinese slang expressions work.
Wikipedia: Mandarin Slang - In some ways, Mandarin Chinese slang terms and insults resemble their English counterparts. While many insults and expletives involve someone's mother, one may also insult someone by insulting their ancestors. Other Mandarin insults accuse people of not being human. Another difference is that Mandarin words for excrement or feces are much less commonly used in slang and insults, and there are few counterparts to Christian or Islamic blasphemy (most Chinese do not believe in gods nowadays). Finally, some terms can be written in different ways, because the Chinese language has so many homonyms, and also because Internet users sometimes use alternate characters to avoid censorship. Sometimes this means naive speakers use expressions that are much coarser than they realize.
Wikipedia: Singapore Sexual Slang Terminology - Singapore is a nation of immigrants. Most were uneducated peasants who fled their home countries to seek a better economic future. As such, the vernacular that they brought with them was an earthy one, containing many vulgarities and crude expressions with which they peppered their daily conversations.

 

 

  Dutch Slang

The Alternative Dutch Dictionary - Slang, profanities, insults and vulgarisms from all the world. The Alternative dictionaries are a collection of various forms of "bad language" from many languages. At the moment, there are 2743 entries in 162 dictionaries. This is a collaborative project with contributions from a lot of people. The pages are developed and edited by Hans-Christian Holm.

 

 

  English Slang

  General English Slang

The Alternative English Dictionary - Slang, profanities, insults and vulgarisms from all the world. The Alternative dictionaries are a collection of various forms of "bad language" from many languages. At the moment, there are 2743 entries in 162 dictionaries. This is a collaborative project with contributions from a lot of people. The pages are developed and edited by Hans-Christian Holm.
The Dictionary of Informal, Slang and Idiomatic Phrases in Spoken English - The dictionary is a real source for all the students that are indulged in the English language, esp. the spoken English, the slang and colloquial nouns, verbs, adjectives, adverbs, interjections, and you name it all…all that are of the both British and the American people.
Essential World English Slang - "If you want to want your English to sound "cool" and "with it", or if you want to understand the street English spoken around the world, then this list is for you! On this page you will find what might be considered the most essential slang. Therefore we recommend any advanced learner of English try and learn at least some of these words."
Internet Slang Dictionary & Translator - Translates internet slang and acronyms for the uninformed.
Language Realm: The 1811 Dictionary of the Vulgar Tongue - "The merit of Captain Grose's Dictionary of the Vulgar Tongue has been long and universally acknowledged. But its circulation was confined almost exclusively to the lower orders of society: he was not aware, at the time of its compilation, that our young men of fashion would at no very distant period be as distinguished for the vulgarity of their jargon as the inhabitants of Newgate; and he therefore conceived it superfluous to incorporate with his work the few examples of fashionable slang that might occur to his observation."
Parents Guide to Internet and Text Slang - A parent-oriented guide to teen slang in texting and general slang on the internet.
Probert Encylopedia: Slang - The Probert Encyclopaedia dictionary of slang offers a comprehensive dictionary of slang covering over 16,000 English language slang and dialect terms from around the world including country and regional specific slang such as English slang, American slang, Jamaican slang, etc.
Roger's Profanisaurus - The Ultimate Swearing Dictionary - Comprehensive dictionary of profanity, insults, curses, and sexual terms. With a profane search engine, random swear words of the day, and current best swear words listing.
The Septic's Companion: A Dictionary of British Slang - "An A-to-Zed dictionary of British Slang words and phrases, written by a Scotsman living in America. You may know it better by the title it had for the previous ten years, The English-to-American Dictionary. The dictionary is all free; the book contains yet more riveting British stuff."

 

 

  American Slang

American-Australian Slang Dictionary - "I collected this lexicon to preserve some of the creative, interesting, or less-well-known words and phrases I encountered in North America. I made the lexicon public because I thought it might amuse others as much as it amused me to compile it. It is intended for fluent speakers of Australian slang, although the frequency of e-mail from American addresses suggests it is diverting for Americans too."
American-British / British-American Dictionary - A dictionary purporting to define American in terms of British, and vice versa. It also includes a number of articles outlining reasons for, and instances of, differences between American and British English.
AmeriSpeak - User-generated compilation of the words and sayings of one's ancestors, grouped into categories.
Bay Area Hip Hop Dictionary - Hip hop dialect from San Francisco.
BuzzWhack - Dictionary of business buzzwords and slang.
Commonly-Used American Slang - Short listing of American slang expressions.
Historical Dictionary of American Slang - Contains over 2200 slang words with the centuries in which they were first printed.
Native American Slang - "In my drive to document Indian pop culture and create more authentic stories, I searched for a source of Indian slang. Since I didn't find one, I asked people for their suggestions. Here's what they said."
The Online Slang Dictionary - Though Webster publishes a slang dictionary, it could potentially take years for a new word or phrase to enter its pages. Now, with the power of the Internet, it can be in a dictionary in a matter of hours; this page depends entirely on your contributions. This is designed to be a global dictionary: English slang from other countries is more than welcome.
A Prisoner's Dictionary - This dictionary contains words dealing with sex or violence, matters that are part of prison culture. Many of the terms relate to specific California procedures -- such as "602s." However, this list has grown to contain words and phrases from prisons in various states. Where known, these are identified in parenthesis. Spanish words similarly are identifed as "Sp."
PseudoDictionary.com - User-submitted slang and expressions.
The Rap Dictionary - The Rap Dictionary is the oldest and ultimate resource for looking up hip-hop slang.
SlangSite.com - A dictionary of slang, webspeak, made up words, and colloquialisms.
Street Drug Slang Dictionary - The Indiana Prevention Resource Center on-line dictionary contains more than 3,800 street drug slang terms from the Indiana Prevention Resource Center files, with more than 1,200 additions from the National Drug and Crime Clearinghouse slang term list.
Twists, Slugs and Roscoes: A Glossary of Hardboiled Slang - Dictionary of 1940's slang of the streets, especially as used in detective fiction and film-noir.
Urban Dictionary - Urban Dictionary is a slang dictionary with your definitions. Define your world.
Vox Dictionary of American Slang - This is a dictionary of contemporary slang compiled in Oakland, California since 1994. Most of this slang is used by the Hip-Hop generation all over the world.

 

 

  Australian and New Zealand Slang

Aussie Slang - "G'day and welcome to my Aussie slang page. Here you'll learn the meanings of some of the words and phrases you'll hear when you are over here in God's own country. Before long you'll be speaking Strine like you're a true blue dinkum Aussie."
Australian Explorer: Australian Slang - Australian slang grouped by category (Animals, Behaviour, Events, Objects, People, Phrases, Places).
Australian Slang Dictionary with Unique Aussie Phrases and Australian Slang Words - Searchable dictionary slang engine for Australian slang, also browsable by index; there are a number of articles on slang also on the site, plus a global slang dictionary for slang terms around the world.
Dictionary of Australian Slang - A short listing of Australian slang words.
Feather Foot's Aussie Slang Page - "have created this site in the hopes that all those who can't follow the Aussie conversation will be able to make reference to it and try to keep up with these fabulous sayings which have grown a part of the Australian language."
Karen's Place: My Aussie Slang and Sayings Page - A collection of Australian slang, sayings and phrases, from the old, disappearing traditional words, to the present day.
Kiwi Words and Phrases - New Zealand slang.
Koalanet Australian Slang Dictionary - Indexed glossary of Australian slang.
Macquarie Book of Slang - The Macquarie Book of Slang is a complete record of the informal side of Australian English. It therefore necessarily includes items which are explicitly sexual or coarse or offensive. A comprehensive listing.
NZ English to US English Dictionary - "The following is an incomplete list of expression and words commonly used in New Zealand followed by the U.S. equivalent definition. Many of these words, phrases and expressions are of British or Australian origin."
Wikipedia: Australian English vocabulary - Article about the development of Australian slang.

 

 

  United Kingdom Slang

American-British / British-American Dictionary - A dictionary purporting to define American in terms of British, and vice versa. It also includes a number of articles outlining reasons for, and instances of, differences between American and British English.
The Best of British: The American's guide to speaking British - The seven sections on the left contain over 1000 words and expressions that differ in their usage between the US and the UK.
Birmingham Slang - An A - Z guide of words and sayings as spoken by Brummies. The dictionary contains some words that their use may or may not have originated in Birmingham or even used today as many have gone out of fashion amongst the youth of today. The Brummie accent is often confused with the Black Country accent.
British Slang Glossary - "This glossary was put together in 1992 and 1993, and makes no claim to completeness, or even to much correctness; one of the things I found out was that different people use language differently. Most of the words here represent different words, or different usages, from around the South of England, and some specific to Cambridge University, or Oxbridge, with a scattering of Northern slang."
A Cockney Rhyming Slang Dictionary - Listed from English to slang, with explanations of the slang, and searchable (via Google).
Cockney Rhyming Slang from London and the United Kingdom - With slang to normal English, and normal English to slang indexing, and a number of top ten indexes.
Completely Lanky - A guide to the Lancashire dialect and slang, plus a shill for the book edition.
Dictionary of English Slang and Colloquialisms used in the United Kingdom - A monster online dictionary of the rich colourful language we call slang... all from a British perspective, with new slang added every month. If you are unable to immediately find the term you are looking for, try the slang search. A short essay giving an outline of the parameters of this dictionary and brief information on slang can be accessed on the introduction page.
Durham & Tyneside Dialect Wordlists - Extensive listing of vocabulary in the area at different times, drawn from public dictionaries and glossaries and published texts.
The English to American Dictionary - "As a Scot who's spent some time in the USA working and on holiday, I have discovered a bewildering array of words which are in common use on our side of the pond and invariably mean nothing at all or something exceedingly rude on the other. I once noted down about fifteen of them and that afternoon formulated them into this dictionary. Since then the dictionary has thrived (well, fed) on contributions from readers and one day may be a half-decent reference."
Estuary English - Estuary English is a name given to the form(s) of English widely spoken in and around London and, more generally, in the southeast of England - along the river Thames and its estuary. On this website is brought together as many documents as possible that relate to Estuary English, as a convenient resource for the many interested enquirers.
Everyday English and Slang in Ireland - Irish English, as opposed to British slang.
Glesga Glossary - Local Scottish English slang from Glasglow.
A Glossary of Lancashire Words as Spoken in Mawdesley - This Glossary is confined to words used in Mawdesley. Dialect varies slightly from village to village also the tones.
Irish Abroad Slang - General Irish slang, and slang from the Dublin, Cork, Galway, Midlands, Limerick, and GAA regions.
Merseytalk - The some two thousand usages on these pages were gathered over the last several years from books, correspondence, speakers, and movies connected with the Merseyside area of Liverpool, England.
The New Geordie Dictionary - More slang from the Tyneside region of northeast England.
Romanichal Word List - Glossary of Romany British slang.
Talk Tidy - the Online Home of Wenglish - Dictionary of Wales English dialect.
TeesSpeak: an Urban Dialect - TeesSpeak has close links with the Durham and Tyneside speech to the north, and, intermingles with the traditional speech of Cleveland (North East Yorkshire) and still retains some vocabulary from that dialect. West of Darlington the dialect changes to Teesdale more closely linked with Cumbrian speech. than that of the lower Tees Valley.
United Kingdom English for the American Novice - "The items in this dictionary were collected while I lived in the United Kingdom from 1981 to 1983. The work is no longer maintained and so contains dated references to people of the time. The definitions are my interpretation of explanations from Brits with whom I came in contact and hence may not be complete or even totally accurate."
The Updated GonMad Cumbrian Dictionary - Dictionary for the Cumbrian dialect.
User-Compiled List of North-East Dialect - This list is compiled from information sent in by visitors to the www.pitmatic.co.uk website. It covers therefore both the most popular words in use, and some local rarities. Extra terms, fuller definitions and comments are all welcome.
whoohoo.co.uk - The British Dialect Translator - Very entertaining site, with dialect translation engines for Cockney Rhyming Slang, Irish, Scouse, Yorkshire Chicken Run, Brummie, Geordie, Scottie, plus translation engines for "Jolly Well Spoken" English, and the argot of Ali G.
The Yorkshire Dialect Dictionary - Dictionary of the Yorkshire dialect.

 

 

  Estonian Slang

Esimene Eesti Slangi Sonaraamat - In Estonian only. "The "First Estonian Slang Dictionary" is based on a slang vocabulary collected in Tallinn high schools in the spring of 1989. As the collection procedure was based on 152 thematic questionnaires, the dictionary's first and main half is thematic. The dictionary's second half, or register, presents all slang words in alphabetic order, with cross references by number to the relevant themes...In summary, "The First Estonian Slang Dictionary" contains around 7500 entries, presented to also provide the user with information about the popularity and frequency of use of each slang word. "

 

 

  French Slang

The Alternative French Dictionary - Slang, profanities, insults and vulgarisms from all the world. The Alternative dictionaries are a collection of various forms of "bad language" from many languages. At the moment, there are 2743 entries in 162 dictionaries. This is a collaborative project with contributions from a lot of people. The pages are developed and edited by Hans-Christian Holm.
CoolSlang: French Slang with English Translation - User-generated slang dictionary in many languages.
Dictionnaire Argot Francais - Monolingual searchable French dictionary of slang, with over 18,000 slang words and expressions.
Dictionnaire Argot-Francais by Napoleon Hayard - Downloadable public-domain French dictionary of slang from Project Gutenberg.
Dictionnaire Argot-Francais by Napoleon Hayard - Browsable online version of the above dictionary.
Expressions Idiomatiques - French idiomatic expressions with the accompanying English gloss.
Glosssaire Quebecois - Monolingual French Canadian dictionary.
Le Jargon Francais - Monolingual French dictionary of slang, from linux-france.org.
Language Realm: French Dictionary of Proverbs (Kotowaza) - Listing of colloquial French proverbs and phrase.
Language Realm French Slang Dictionary - This dictionary is a comprehensive and in-depth look at all the slang, vulgarisms, curses, and insults, plus a lot more, available in French. Searchable by French terms; most useful for looking up slang words and vernacular that eludes understanding.
Wikibooks: French/Appendices/Slang - From Wikibooks, the open-content textbooks collection.

 

 

  German Slang

The Alternative German Dictionary - Slang, profanities, insults and vulgarisms from all the world. The Alternative dictionaries are a collection of various forms of "bad language" from many languages. At the moment, there are 2743 entries in 162 dictionaries. This is a collaborative project with contributions from a lot of people. The pages are developed and edited by Hans-Christian Holm.
The Alternative Swiss German Dictionary - Slang, profanities, insults and vulgarisms from all the world. The Alternative dictionaries are a collection of various forms of "bad language" from many languages. At the moment, there are 2743 entries in 162 dictionaries. This is a collaborative project with contributions from a lot of people. The pages are developed and edited by Hans-Christian Holm.
Das Bundeswehr-Lexikon - Slang and vernacular as spoken in the German Federal Armed Forces.
CoolSlang: German Slang with English Translation - User-generated slang dictionary in many languages.
Cyberslang.de - Cyberslang.de is a dictionary for the Internet language. Here you can find the usual terms and abbreviations, like those on web pages, newsgroup, Chats or SMS messages, conveniently searchable.
Frownfork.de German-English Street Dictionary - German slang from a personal web page.
German Children's and Teenagers' Slang - The work as a translator with teenagers from different countries involves some difficulties. There is plenty of jargon and idiomatic expressions in teenagers' speech, which cannot always be found in regular dictionaries. They are related to the specificity of children's and teenagers' language, with a high degree of emotionality, subjective relationships with the themes of converstaions, objects, and information.
German Slang with English Translations - List of slang expressions.
German Vocabulary for Secondary School - This is a collection of English to German words and definitions that kids often want to use, but don't always get in their regular textbooks or even dictionaries. Be aware that some usages are regional and that not all Germans may use them. They are listed in alphabetical order, and phrases are listed alphabetically according to key words.
Language Realm: German Dictionary of Proverbs (Kotowaza) - Listing of colloquial German proverbs and phrase.

 

 

  Greek Slang

Greek Slang - Indexed glossary of Greek slang, in Greek.
Greek Army Slang - Short glossary of Greek army slang, in Greek.
Unilang Wiki: Slang Greek - Short page of Greek slang, with English glosses.
Slang.gr Dictionary of Greek Slang - - Indexed dictionary of Greek slang, in Greek.

 

 

  Italian Slang

The Alternative Italian Dictionary - Slang, profanities, insults and vulgarisms from all the world. The Alternative dictionaries are a collection of various forms of "bad language" from many languages. At the moment, there are 2743 entries in 162 dictionaries. This is a collaborative project with contributions from a lot of people. The pages are developed and edited by Hans-Christian Holm.
BBC Cool Italian - Want to show some street cred? Here is our essential guide to young Italian people's slang by Giovanna Vaccaro, presenter of our beginners' online course Italian Steps. Swear words tend to be more generally accepted in Italy than many other countries - we've divided up the expressions so you know what to say and what not to say.
Italian Slang and Swearwords - Some of these words and phrases fall into the category of bestemmie (blasphemy): taking the Lord's (or Jesus' or Mary's) name in vain. Be aware that these may be considered particularly offensive by some people. Other rude words are simply called parolacce - "bad words".

 

 

  Hebrew Slang

American Slang Dictionary: English-Hebrew - Not a dictionary of Hebrew slang, but a translation of American slang into Hebrew.
Hebrew Slang and Foreign Loan Words - Short scholarly article (from 1969) about Hebrew slang and foreign influences on it.
Israeli Hebrew Slang Guide - Short listing of Hebrew slang.
Street tongue - The Hebrew They Never Taught You - Article and word listing of current Hebrew slang.

 

 

  Hungarian Slang

The Alternative Hungarian Dictionary - Slang, profanities, insults and vulgarisms from all the world. The Alternative dictionaries are a collection of various forms of "bad language" from many languages. At the moment, there are 2743 entries in 162 dictionaries. This is a collaborative project with contributions from a lot of people. The pages are developed and edited by Hans-Christian Holm.

 

 

  Japanese Slang

Bad Japanese Words - A listing of the harsh and the naughty.
Casual Patterns and Slang - The section of slang and casual language in Tae Kim's Japanese Grammar Guide.
Coolslang: Japanese Slang with English Translation - User-generated slang dictionary in many languages.
Introduction to Yakuza Japanese - This webpage is designed as a primer to gangster Japanese, as used in movies, focusing on the Kansai (Osaka, Kobe, Kyoto) and Tokyo varieties. Kansai dialect is important to organized crime, as the nation’s largest syndicate, the Yamaguchi-gumi is headquartered in Kobe. For those students unfamiliar with Kansai-ben, the accessible and authoritative Kinki Japanese is the best way to get up to speed. These pages assume the ability to read hiragana, katakana, and basic kanji.
Japanese slang - Short indexed glossary of Japanese slang.
The Japanese Slang Jiko - Indexed glossary of Japanese slang.
J-Slang: Japanese Onomatopoeia - "Japanese must be one of the richest languages in onomatopoeia, words imitating sounds; "giongo" or "giseigo" in Japanese. A great many of these consist of two syllables, once repeated, and sound a bit like baby language."
Keichan's Doki-Doki J-Town: Japanese Slang - Keichan's glossary of Japanese vernacular.
Language Realm: Japanese Dictionary of Proverbs (Kotowaza) - Listing of colloquial Japanese proverbs and phrase.
Language Realm: Japanese Slang Dictionary - This dictionary is a comprehensive and in-depth look at all the slang, vulgarisms, curses, and insults, plus idioms and expressions and a lot more, available in Japanese. Every effort has been made to keep it current and relevant, though of course older slang also remains in here for those who enjoy films, television, and books from years past. You can search the slang dictionary using Kanji or Kana. If your search fails, try a broader term or unabbreviated form what you are looking for.
Slang and Other Powerful Expressions - "Some have asked me if I could list some common Japanese slang, so here are some examples. There are both words and whole sentences and it is not just rude talking or f-words, it is also examples on speech used in different situation like when you wanna sound angry, scold someone etc."

 

 

  Korean Slang

The Biggest Korean Slang Dictionary - Contemporary Korean slang and colloquialisms.

 

 

  Polish Slang

The Alternative Polish Dictionary - Slang, profanities, insults and vulgarisms from all the world. The Alternative dictionaries are a collection of various forms of "bad language" from many languages. At the moment, there are 2743 entries in 162 dictionaries. This is a collaborative project with contributions from a lot of people. The pages are developed and edited by Hans-Christian Holm.
Online Polish Slang Dictionary - Over 4,000 terms defined in Polish and English; created and edited by Maciej Widawski, with the assistance of Zbigniew Ruszczyk.

 

 

  Portuguese

The Alternative Portuguese Dictionary - Slang, profanities, insults and vulgarisms from all the world. The Alternative dictionaries are a collection of various forms of "bad language" from many languages. At the moment, there are 2743 entries in 162 dictionaries. This is a collaborative project with contributions from a lot of people. The pages are developed and edited by Hans-Christian Holm.
Dictionary of Portuguese Slang - Online dictionary of Portuguese slang, original title Dicionário aberto de calão e expressões idiomáticas. Interface in Portuguese.

 

 

  Russian Slang

The Alternative Russian Dictionary - Slang, profanities, insults and vulgarisms from all the world. The Alternative dictionaries are a collection of various forms of "bad language" from many languages. At the moment, there are 2743 entries in 162 dictionaries. This is a collaborative project with contributions from a lot of people. The pages are developed and edited by Hans-Christian Holm.
English-Russian Dictionary of Military Jargon and Slang - Translates from English to Russian and vice-versa, enter military colloquialisms, acronyms, or slang, and get the English or Russian gloss on it.
English-Russian Dictionary of Slang - This dictionary is a searchable lexicon, but is not browsable - enter your English words and words and phrases in Russian Cyrillic are given.
Russian Foul Language Explanatory Dictionary - This is a searchable lexicon in Russian only (no English words or equivalents are allowed).
Russian Slang - Russian Slang from the Russian Bride Guide.
Russian Slang and Colloquialisms - Russian, like most of the world's cosmopolitan languages, is a language full of slang and colloquialisms. Here is a list of some common slang words and colloquialisms in Russian, along with their English equivalents (in American slang, if possible). Derogatory words are marked with a 'D,' and rude/offensive words or phrases are marked with an 'X.' v
Russian Slang Dictionary - The following words and expressions are rude, naughty and generally not something you would say in front of you mother (this is a Russian slang dictionary, after all). Some are mere colloquialisms but also fail to appear in standard dictionaries, the latest addition concerns modern Russian Internet slang.
Wikipedia: A Nadsat Concordance from "A Clockwork Orange" - This is a list of the Nadsat words and other fictional terms found in the book by Anthony Burgess, A Clockwork Orange, along with their meanings in English and their lexical origins. The Nadsat slang word is shown with its closest English meaning or meanings. Its Russian origin is shown in Cyrillic, with an approximate transliteration, if pronounced (much) differently to the Nadsat. The translation of the Russian word is also shown if it differs from the English meaning. Words of uncertain origin are marked with a '?', and words which are modified English slang (not of foreign origin) are marked with a '-'.

 

 

  Spanish Slang

The Alternative Mexican Spanish Dictionary - Slang, profanities, insults and vulgarisms from all the world. The Alternative dictionaries are a collection of various forms of "bad language" from many languages. At the moment, there are 2743 entries in 162 dictionaries. This is a collaborative project with contributions from a lot of people. The pages are developed and edited by Hans-Christian Holm.
The Alternative Spanish Dictionary - Slang, profanities, insults and vulgarisms from all the world. The Alternative dictionaries are a collection of various forms of "bad language" from many languages. At the moment, there are 2743 entries in 162 dictionaries. This is a collaborative project with contributions from a lot of people. The pages are developed and edited by Hans-Christian Holm.
Argot Venezolano - Venezueluan slang.
BBC Cool Spanish - This is just a skim across the surface of the great wealth of Spanish slang. Although some may apply in Latin America, the expressions featured are mostly from Spain. Swear words tend to be more generally accepted in Spain than many other countries - we've divided up the expressions so you know what to say and what not to say.
La Chuleta Venezolana - Venezuelan slang in a number of dictionaries, grouped by category.
Diccionario Argentino-Espanol - HTML glossary of Argentinian Spanish.
Diccionario del Espanol usual en Mexico - Online HTML glossary of Spanish terms as they are used in Mexico, compiled by Luis Fernando Lara.
Diccionario des Modismos - Searchable and browsable dictionary of Chilean Spanish idioms and words.
Diccionario de Regionalismos de la Lengua Española - Online HTML dictionary of regional Spanish dialects, with word entries in Spanish and their meanings in different countries and regions.
Diccionario de Spanglish - Dictionary of Spanish-English hybrid phrases, definitions and text in Spanish.
Diccionario de Venezolanismos - Short HTML glossary of Venezuelan Spanish words.
Guia-Guanye-Godo - Words and expressions of the Canary Islands; in Spanish.
Jergas de Habla Hispana - An extensive online dictionary of the Spanish slang of Spain and Latin America. Terms can be sorted by country of use, with words common through the Spanish-speaking world cross-referenced; also included are comparative examples of sentences, using the slang typical of each Hispanic country.
Language Realm: Spanish Dictionary of Proverbs (Kotowaza) - Listing of colloquial Spanish proverbs and phrase.
Language Realm: Spanish Slang Dictionary - This dictionary is a comprehensive and in-depth look at all the slang, vulgarisms, curses, and insults, plus idioms, expressions, and a lot more, available in Spanish. Every effort has been made to keep it current and relevant, though of course older slang also remains in here for those who enjoy films, television, and books from years past. If you enjoy Latin American films, television, or whatever, you'll find many of the words and phrases used in here. If you don't, please let us know so we can add it. As always with slang, be careful using what you hear; it may not work quite the way you expect.
Lexicos Regionales de la Lengua Espanola: - Online compendium of regional lexicons of the Spanish language - just click on the map and select the country or region of interest, and a lexicon of regional terms is given for that area.
Mr. Gabe's Spanish Slang Dictionary - 755 entries.
Sitio de Le Vieux Coq - Latin-American regional words and phrases.
Wikibooks: Spanish/Slang - From Wikibooks, the open-content textbooks collection. Spanish slang is more localized than English slang and sometimes people from one Spanish-speaking country get confused talking to people from other Spanish-speaking countries; the content is listed by country.

 

 

  Swedish

The Alternative Swedish Dictionary - Slang, profanities, insults and vulgarisms from all the world. The Alternative dictionaries are a collection of various forms of "bad language" from many languages. At the moment, there are 2743 entries in 162 dictionaries. This is a collaborative project with contributions from a lot of people. The pages are developed and edited by Hans-Christian Holm.