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8.
While in Ireland I heard feck used two ways.

definition 1) to toss away, usually involves mean intent toward another person's belongings.

definition 2) to make a small theft, usually not of any great moral consequences.

1) The bullies took the book bag from the small boy and "fecked" it into the river.
2) Broke and feeling hungry the boys snuck into the old man's orchard and "fecked" some apples to eat.
by Er M Os November 24, 2006
 
9.
While in Ireland I heard feck used two ways.

definition 1) to toss away, usually involves mean intent toward another person's belongings.

definition 2) to make a small theft, usually not of any great moral consequences.

1) The bullies took the book bag from the small boy and "fecked" it into the river.
2) Broke and feeling hungry the boys snuck into the old man's orchard and "fecked" some apples to eat.
by Er M Os November 24, 2006
 
10.
An Irish term, Feck is without a set annotation or connotation, and can be positive or negative depending upon context. Very Zen-like, really.
"You Fecking bastard, I love ya!'

"Feck off, Seamus."

"Feck you, man."
by The REAL 2wingo March 12, 2010
 
11.
Vernacular expletive used as part of common expressions in surprisingly pleasing siuations by Irish Chaplains.
- Would ye loike sahm tea fathar - it's got cocaine in et. I mean... shugar.

- Feck me! Did ye say cocaine Missis Doyle?
by Al Who Knows December 25, 2004
 
12.
Jewish priest
have you seen the fecks?
by Lebon July 11, 2009
 
13.
Of Irish origin, feck is what a lady says when she really wants to say fuck
So Mary is a real lady, when she gets mad she says feck it anyway instead of fuck it
Me Mam told me to tell ye to feck off
by yatenga December 09, 2011
 
14.
My new favourite word.
*trips* "FECK!!!"
by pikachulover<3 July 02, 2009