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motherfunker

EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

Bowdlerization of motherfucker.

NounEdit

motherfunker (plural motherfunkers)

  1. (euphemistic, slang, sometimes pejorative) Motherfucker.
    • 1993, Mark Coleman, "In Yo' Face: The History of Funk", Vibe, September 1993:
      (If Rhino follows up with Volumes 6 through 10, extending up through 1982 and Dazz Band's "Let It Whip," those sets should be absolute motherfunkers.)
    • 2004, Josh Tyrangiel, "OutKast", Time, 26 April 2004:
      From the initial weirdness of their songs about space aliens to B.O.B. (Bombs over Baghdad), their millennial drum-and-bass gospel opus, they have proved that it's possible to be unusual, ambitious and immensely popular. In their own words, "We are/ The coolest motherfunkers on the planet."
    • 2005, Joe Gross, To Tha X-Streme review, "Ten Best Albums You Didn't Hear", Spin, January 2005:
      Some players stress over their game, but Houston's Devin the Dude is one slack motherfunker, worrying only about weed, women, and…uh, what was the question?
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