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Mug

noun; blending of mother and fucker -> muck; other word formation type Assimilation of /k/ to a voiced /g/
a comparative, imaginary object that is strongly representative of the adjective used in the sentence. Often used as a term for comparisons, especially in extreme degrees. Used to show extreme characteristics of the descriptive adjective.
 
“It is colder than a mug outside!” – meaning it is very cold outside
Etymology : Blending of mother + fucker. Mother from Old English modor "female parent" from Proto-Germanic *mothær from PIE *mater- "mother". Fucker from Modern English fuck (v.) + -er. The origin of fuck is difficult to trace due to its vulgarity, causing it to be taboo. Some speculate that it has Scottish and therefore Scandinavian origins, appearing as Norwegian fukka "copulate" or Swedish focka "copulate, strike, push," and fock "penis." [etymonline]
Source : varsity basketball locker room in high school in August 2010
Last modified: 25 November 2013


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