- French foutre to lecher, Latin futuere. Compare fouty. (Wiktionary)
“ He, he leaves her alone to romp idly, cares not a fouter.”
“He, he leaves her alone to romp idly, cares not a fouter.”
“_ Fouter (Fr. foutre; Lat. futuere), _verbum obscaenum_.cf. the noun in phrase 'to care not a fouter' (footra, footre, foutre), _2 Henry IV_, V, iii.”
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