Feing is a German/Bavarian slang word meaning "Figure" "Fig" or "Fig Tree". Most used as the Phrase "Figure it out". Or if you call some one Feing, you are calling them a Figure or Figure head. It was invented through the German word Fein meaning Fine or Delicate. Then the G was added for whatever reason and the meaning was invented. It is meant as a respectful term, not one of hate.
In German "Dieser Mann ist Feing." In English "That man is Feing." Meaning he is their Boss, or Figure Head. It can also be used in this type of sentence "Das ist ein Feing Mann" In English it says "That is a Feing man." Meaning that the man is numbered, or carries rank.
by Xirtamgine August 27, 2018