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Who created the word fuck

Last week, an image from a manuscript referencing an Abbot went viral claiming to be the first written instance of the word "fuck". As with most historical internet fodder, though, it pays to look a little closer at the fine print. Inspired by the spreading of that image last week - and hopefully to educate those of you who somehow think it actually stands for "Fornication Under Consent of the King" - history and language scholar Kate Wiles has written a piece called "On the Origin of Fuck". It's a lot more in-depth, and it's a lot more interesting. Sadly, most of those earlier appearances are marked inconclusive, or put down to typos or bird names who knew the common kestrel used to be called a windfucker? Things start to get firmer by the s. There's records from Bristol, dated , referring to a place called Fockynggroue.
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Etymology of the the ‘F-Word’

Who created the word fuck
Who created the word fuck
Who created the word fuck
Who created the word fuck
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Etymology of the the 'F-Word'

One origin story for fuck is that it comes from when sex was outlawed unless it was permitted explicitly by the king, so people who were legally banging had Fornication Under Consent of the King on their doors, or: F. But obviously that's wrong. And if you do believe that, stop it. Stop it right now. But right now there's a post going round with a lovely image of a manuscript from Brasenose College, Oxford, proudly declaring it's the earliest instance of fuck in English although, it notes, that is apart from that pesky one from Scotland and that one that says fuck but is written in code.
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Fuck is a profane English-language word [1] which often refers to the act of sexual intercourse but is also commonly used as an intensifier or to denote disdain. While its origin is obscure, it is usually considered to be first attested to around In modern usage, the term "fuck" and its derivatives such as "fucker" and "fucking" can be used as a noun , a verb , an adjective , an interjection or an adverb.
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Once upon a time, the English population was decimated by the plague. The King was so concerned about the shrinking number of his subjects that he ordered his people to reproduce. K" for short--was the source of our favorite swearword. Unfortunately this story isn't true, nor is pretty much any etymology of a swearword that involves an acronym. Shit cannot be blamed on cargoes of manure exploding in the middle of the Atlantic Ship High in Transit , while the British word naff cannot be attributed to "not available for fucking.
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