Though commonly used as an intensifier, "fucking" has in recent times become a stand-alone-adjective. This new, contemporary use as an adjective was coined by famed amateur Northern California linguists Lois S and Eduardo N. The following examples will clearly illustrate the use described above:

(1) That party was fucking!
(2) This gelato is fucking!
(3) Your mom is fucking! Can I have her number?
(4) This cabbage is pretty fucking! Can I have the recipe
by lois/eduardo November 26, 2006
A town in Austria. Seriously! There really is a town by that name! If the town had a football team named after a certain bird, they'd be the Fucking Bustards, wouldn't they!

Be careful to pronounce it correctly. It rhymes with "booking"! It is a village in the municipality of Tarsdorf, in the Innviertel region of western Upper Austria. The village is 21 miles north of Salzburg, 2.5 miles east of the German border.

Its road signs are a popular visitor attraction, and were often stolen by souvenir-hunting tourists until 2005, when they were modified to be theft-resistant.

The settlement was founded in the 6th century by Focko, a Bavarian nobleman. The existence of the village was documented for the first time in 1070 and historical records show that some twenty years later the lord of the village was Adalpertus de Fucingin.

The spelling of the name has evolved over the years; it is first recorded in historical sources with the spelling as Vucchingen in 1070, Fukching in 1303, Fugkhing in 1532, and in the modern spelling Fucking in the 18th century, which is pronounced with the vowel oo as in book.

The ending -ing is an old Germanic suffix indicating the people belonging to the root word to which it is attached, thus Fucking means "(place of) Focko’s people."
As you drive towards the village you see a sign stating the name, with a picture of two children underneath it and the motto "Please, not so fast".

Fucking does a big trade in T-shirts with the name of the town in amusing sentences:

"My parents went to Fucking Austria and all I got was this Fucking T-shirt!"

"I like Fucking in Austria!"
by Group of friends October 15, 2011
The adverb with the fewest number of incorrect uses.
This example is fucking incredible!
by Avalashik October 02, 2013
Fucking (German pronunciation: ˈfʊkɪŋ, rhymes with "booking"2) is an Austrian village3 in the municipality of Tarsdorf,4 in the Innviertel region of western Upper Austria. The village is 33 kilometres (21 mi) north of Salzburg, 4 kilometres (2.5 mi) east of the German border.

Despite having a population of only 104, the village has become famous for its name in the English-speaking world. Its road signs are a popular visitor attraction, and were often stolen by souvenir-hunting tourists until 2005, when they were modified to be theft-resistant.
"Pleased to meet you, Mr Coitus. Where do you live in Austria?"
"I live in a fucking village called Fucking"
by themilfonian November 01, 2011
Mixing "fucking" into any phrase is like mixing alcohol with sleeping pills. It makes the effects way fucking stronger.
Kid 1: My fucking rat died
Kid 2: OMG!#@$%&!! Im so fucking sorry!
Kid 3: Good thing. This world needs less fucking rats
Kid 4: Jeeze Lou-eezz, Kid 3, can't you have some fucking compassion?
Kid 3: no
by wittyname January 16, 2010
A small township in Austria that is located near the Austria-Germany border. Considered to have one of the funniest place names in the world.
Guy to Austrian real estate agent: How much is it for the average Fucking house?
by fuckinqueenslander October 21, 2008
A city in Austria 4 kilometres east of the German border.
Person 1: Dude I was in Fucking yesterday!
Person 2: .....Uhhhh... WHAT?
Person 1: I was in Fucking, Austria!
by TheNickm2 June 10, 2012

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