Pronunciation: \ˈshit, interjectionally also ˈshç-ət\
Etymology: Middle English *shit, from Old English scite; akin to Old English -scîtan to defecate
Date: circa 1526
1usually vulgar : feces
2usually vulgar : an act of defecation
3usually vulgar : nonsense, crap
4usually vulgar : any of several intoxicating or narcotic drugs; especially : heroin
5usually vulgar : damn 2
6usually vulgar : a worthless, offensive, or detestable person
7usually vulgar a—used as an interjection b—used as an intensive usually with the
— shit·ty \ˈshi-tç\ adjective usually vulgar
Duke: aye, ye peasants be shite-ing!
Prince: La! well dont be looking at them!
woman1: you have a period stain.
Etymology: akin to Dutch 'fokken' to breed (cattle), Swedish dialect 'fókka' to copulate
Date: circa 1503
1usually obscene : copulate
2usually vulgar : mess 3 —used with with
1usually obscene : to engage in coitus with —sometimes used interjectionally with an object (as a personal or reflexive pronoun) to express anger, contempt, or disgust
2usually vulgar : to deal with unfairly or harshly : cheat, screw
european farmer : ach! der cows be fokken!
thief 1: dammit man, they saw us!
thief 2: we're fucked!