How to swear in Latin? I am not looking for vocabulary, but syntax. Did the Romans only swear using interjections, or did could swearing be used within a sentence? There are several ways to swear in the middle of a sentence to emphasize something:
For X's sake, come already!
The Xing door would not open and I spent the whole Xing night outside.
What the X is wrong with you?
(Replace X with a suitable word. I hope I need not list examples.)
In Finnish the syntax is different. In English you can use "Xing" as an emphasizing particle, but in Finnish it would be "X's" instead. In these languages these seem to be the prevalent ways to swear within a sentence — in my experience at least. The important point is that these two ways are different, so swearing is syntactically different in English and Finnish. I don't know other languages well enough to comment. What is the syntax like in Latin?
If the syntax of swearing in Latin is discussed somewhere, a reference with some examples would make a good answer. Examples and analysis of swearing are also welcome.
Swearing is typically not considered good style, so written evidence may not remain. I prefer the classical period, but any Latin era is fine.