Are there any ancient Egyptian swear words?

The only one available to us is ‘nknk’ to fuck repeatedly, and that’s not really a swear word, more an accurate statement of what a donkey will do to you if you don’t follow the terms of that legal agreement to the letter. No, seriously. Don’t disobey the legal document. This will happen.

Egyptian documents left to us preclude the addition of swear words. They’re texts that detail the activities of the gods or are tomb biographies. We barely have any personal literature, which doesn’t conform to the rigid structure of the Egyptian writing formula, so swearing cannot just be inserted. I’m not even sure if there is such a concept in Ancient Egypt. Were there such words which one would not utter in polite company in Egypt? Or are we imposing our own philological issues on the Ancient record? thatlittleegyptologist

For excellent hieroglyphic translations check out this site.
Type in “nknk” if you like.