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What the difference between "Segare" to "Muskou"?

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Category: Culture

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    There is not a big difference between "Segare(悴)" to "Musuko(息子)".
    Principally they do mean "(my)son" or "(my)boy".
    but sometimes could suggest "penis".

    Segare:倅/悴
    1.modest expression of Musuko when it used against one's own son.
    2.casual expression of Musuko when it used against other family's son.

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