queef

English

Etymology

Origin uncertain, perhaps a variant form of quiff (trick, ploy) or quiff (woman; vulva). Perhaps compare Scots queef.[1]

Pronunciation

Noun

queef (plural queefs)

  1. (slang) An emission of air from the vagina, especially when noisy.
    • 2004, Michael Ryan, The Dirtiest Toilet Humor Book Ever, iUniverse, published 2004, page 47:
      Finally, I have only heard about it, but what about the queef? This is the vagina-fart. Is it truly possible?
    • 2005, The Bloodhound Gang, “Pennsylvania” (song): 
      We are the queef after a porn star breaks the gang bang record.
    • 2010 October 16, Bill Casselman, Where a Dobdob Meets a Dikdik: A Word Lover's Guide to the Weirdest, Wackiest, and Wonkiest Lexical Gems, edition Original, Avon: Adams Media, ISBN 9781440506369, OL 24539105M, page 192:
      A queef is not, of course, flatulence, so technically it is not a fart either. It is air, not waste gases produced by digestion, so often there is no attendant odor.
    • For more examples of usage of this term, see the citations page.
    Was that a fart or a queef?
  2. (slang) A contemptible person.
    • 2000 January 12, “World Wide Recorder Concert”, South Park season 3 episode 17:
      Tough Guy: Oh yeah? Well, you look like a bunch of queefs to me, huh?
    • 2000 September 12, D. G. Porter, “Re: OT: Bush Fucks Up with Mike On”, alt.tv.southpark, Usenet:
      When you dumb-fucks repeat some right-wing loon's lie it only makes you look like a queef.
    • For more examples of usage of this term, see the citations page.

Synonyms

Translations

Verb

queef (third-person singular simple present queefs, present participle queefing, simple past and past participle queefed)

  1. (intransitive, slang) To produce an emission of air from the vagina.
  2. (transitive, slang) To make the noise of (a thing) by means of queefs.
    • 2002, Dennis Hensley, Screening Party, Alyson Publishing, published 2002, page 74:
      back to the movie where we find Kim, back at the gallery, so catatonic and sex-obsessed she'd sell Michaelangelo's David for $5 and queef the theme from Close Encounters for no extra charge.

References

  1. ^ 2010 October 16, Bill Casselman, Where a Dobdob Meets a Dikdik: A Word Lover's Guide to the Weirdest, Wackiest, and Wonkiest Lexical Gems, edition Original, Avon: Adams Media, ISBN 9781440506369, OL 24539105M, page 191:
    Queef is Scottish slang, a pronunciation variant of quiff, meaning “vulva” or “vagina”. This, together with British nautical slang where a queef is also a dialectic variant of quiff meaning “a blast of wind,” combined sometime during the last 200 years in vulgar street talk to give the current meaning of queef: an explusion of air from the vulva during or often just after vigorous intercourse, commonly called a pussy fart.

Scots

Pronunciation

Noun

queef (plural queefs)

  1. trick, ploy
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