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The phrases you mentioned DO have meanings [ beside being common slang]
They come from Arabic [ regular words] and are used in Hebrew too.
KUS is vagina in Arabic,
Echtack is “your sister”, EMEK is “your mom”, Raback is “your god”.
Hence KUS ECHTAK\EMEK\RABACK etc.
Contrary to tommyb there isn’t such a thing as SRABAK, it’s a combination of KUS RABAK [pronounced “SSSSRABAK”].
The common addition “ARS”[ and not “aras”] as in KUS-EMEK-ARS means
“pimp”, the curse is for your mothers pimp.
tommy, each of those curses, beside expressing rage, are composed of specific daily used Arabic words.