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    the big moustache (street/foul language my occur!!)

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    Dear teachers and friends

    How do we call someone who sleeps with other's wives? and how do we call someone who cheats on their husbands/wives etc?

    Are there more popular words for those?

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    Re: the big moustache (street/foul language my occur!!)

    Quote Originally Posted by Offroad View Post
    How do we call someone who sleeps with other's wives?
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    a dead man.

    Don't cheater and two-timer fit the bill?

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    Re: the big moustache (street/foul language my occur!!)

    An adulterer.

    And what's the big moustache got to do with anything?

    Rover

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    Re: the big moustache (street/foul language my occur!!)

    Quote Originally Posted by Rover_KE View Post
    An adulterer.

    And what's the big moustache got to do with anything?

    Rover
    Nothing really... it is just that where I grew up, the person, let's say the husband whose wife is an adulterer/ess, usually is associted to a figure of a man who 'wears' a moustache! I believe it's not as funny there as it is here. The bigger the moustache is, the more active is his wife.
    It's funny til it happens to ourselves!

    Anyway, I remember that the words I'm looking for end in 'ee' and 'er/ess' for the one who is cheated on and the one who cheats, respectively.

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    Re: the big moustache (street/foul language my occur!!)

    Quote Originally Posted by Offroad View Post
    Nothing really... it is just that where I grew up, the person, let's say the husband whose wife is an adulterer/ess, usually is associted to a figure of a man who 'wears' a moustache! I believe it's not as funny there as it is here. The bigger the moustache is, the more active is his wife.
    It's funny til it happens to ourselves!

    Anyway, I remember that the words I'm looking for end in 'ee' and 'er/ess' for the one who is cheated on and the one who cheats, respectively.
    A man whose wife is unfaithful is a cuckold. This word is also a verb. John cuckolds Paul when he has sex with Paul's wife. If you were in a particularly creative mood, you could think up words like "cuckolder" and "cuckoldee", but they aren't real words.

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