See also: scheisse, Scheisse, and scheiße

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NounEdit

Scheiße ‎(uncountable)

  1. Alternative form of scheisse
    • 2003 June 18, pas de deux, “Re: Occupation of Latvia”, in soc.culture.baltics, Usenet[1]:
      What a nasty piece of Scheiße he is.
    • 2005 March 14, Steven, “Re: Concorde tickets on sale”, in alt.airports.uk.edinburgh, Usenet[2]:
      What a pile of Scheiße.
    • 2014 November 20, SCI trolls ARE fatherless humiliated Homo-Sexuals, “Re: gelukszoekers gaan naar pieter baan centrum”, in soc.culture.israel, Usenet[3]:
      Your mudder and revd's rectum, heinrich, you asperger piece of Scheiße

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EtymologyEdit

From Middle High German schīze, from Proto-Germanic *skītaz, from Proto-Indo-European *skei-d-(to part). Indo-European cognates include Ancient Greek σχιστός(skhistós) and English shit, German Low German Schiet, Dutch schijt, Frisian skyt, Swedish skit within Germanic. Low German cognates sometimes used in standard German are Schiet and Schitte.

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Scheiße f ‎(genitive Scheiße, no plural)

  1. (vulgar) feces, shit
    Wo ich hintrete nur Scheiße!
  2. (vulgar, figuratively) something worthless, shit
    Das ist doch alles Scheiße!

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