Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An obsolete or dialectal variant of fake.
- n. Power; force; strength; vigor; use; value.
- n. Space; quantity; number: as, what feck of ground (how much land)? what feck o' folk (how many people)?
- n. The greatest part or number; the main part: as, the feck of a region.
- Brisk; vigorous.
- A variant of fick.
- n. effect, value, vigor
- v. Ireland, slang To throw.
- v. Ireland, slang To steal.
- v. Ireland, slang To leave hastily.
- v. euphemistic Fuck (except literally).
GNU Webster's 1913
- Alteration of fuck (Wiktionary)
“Mind you, Amazon still does not have an Australian branch: what the feck is up with that?”
“Sometimes it's a bit hard to distinguish the "bone" weekends and Tuesdays from the good ones, and when you have occasional commitments knowing when the big efforts are really help everybody involved. where the feck is the feckin sarcasm icon?”
“And where the feck is the Big Media to tell the voters about this growing Liberal-Ignatieff-Kinsella scandal?”
“The Booker prize-winning Irish novelist John Banville also agreed that Gough "has a point, or more than one point", but added that "his notion that shouting the word 'feck' -”
“I have seen "feck" used to get around this problem and used to establish the awesome street cred of the author.”
“To be honest I had not heard of "feck" until Father Ted came along at the end of the 90's.”
“The first is that his characters like to say "feck" a lot -- an Irish variation on our much beloved "f-word.”
“The English have never been granted the same indulgence in their use of profanities as the Celts, particularly the Irish, who have virtually been given a free pass for their own variant, "feck".”
“Oh, and did I happen to mention I interviewed Kiera Knightley the other day and taught her how to say "feck" and "shite"?”
“Personally I love 'feck' and use it myself all the time, even when I could curse for real if I wanted to.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘feck’.
A list of words you more frequently hear used with prefixes than without.
Words that sound like words you shouldn't use.
Sometimes there are definitions from the Century Dictionary, American Heritage Dictionary, and Wiktionary which would make lovely found poems. This is a list of words which seem to have lyrical or ...
Goatboy's Word Emporium
I checked, because I wasn't sure, but these words were coined and entered into a dictionary before I thought them up.
The new favourite words of people on Twitter.
A script searches Twitter for "X is my new favourite word" and adds it to this list.
thunderfuck, incredible, merp, sara, flopparoo, smother, fugly, buer, plum, canny, nefelibata, cuntbucket and 2455 more...
Words to remember from DFW's "Infinite Jest"
put words in their place
a list of words from the indo european root ar- and variations : to fit together
Euphemisms hoped to avoid censorship or embarrassment
Looking for tweets for feck.