feck
Noun

feck (plural fecks)

  1. Effect, value; vigor.
    • 1996, David Foster Wallace, Infinite Jest, Abacus 2013, p. 64:
      some of which have earned a small academic following for their technical feck and for a pathos that was somehow both surreally abstract and CNS-rendingly melodramatic at the same time.
  2. (Scotland) The greater or larger part.
    • the feck o' my life
Verb

feck (fecks, present participle fecking; past and past participle fecked)

  1. (Ireland, slang) To throw.
  2. (Ireland, slang) To steal.
  3. (Ireland, slang) To leave hastily.
Verb

feck (fecks, present participle fecking; past and past participle fecked)

  1. (euphemistic, chiefly, Irish) Fuck (except literally).
    • 1995, Graham Linehan & al., "Good Luck, Father Ted", Father Ted Series 1, Episode 1, Channel Four:
      Father Jack Hackett: Tea? Feck!
      ...
      Mrs. Doyle: I'll tell you what, Father. I'll pour a cup for ye anyway and y' can have it if ya want. Now... And what do you say to a cup?
      Father Jack Hackett: Feck off, cup!
Synonyms


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