English

Etymology

From fuck +‎ -er (agent suffix).

Pronunciation

  • IPA(key): /ˈfʌk.ə(ɹ)/
  • (file)
  • Rhymes: -ʌkə(r)

Noun

fucker (plural fuckers)

  1. (derogatory, vulgar) An undesirable person.
    Synonyms: asshole, bastard, cunt, motherfucker, pigfucker, shit; see also Thesaurus:git
    You fucker, you wrecked my car!
    • 1994, John Hodge, Shallow Grave, spoken by Alex Law (Ewan McGregor):
      You didn't tell me that this was for children. I hate children. I'd raise money to have the little fuckers put down. I want me money back!
  2. (vulgar) The object of some effort.
    Synonyms: bad boy, bastard, (British) bugger, puppy
    Let’s see if we can fix this fucker.
    • 2007, Don DeLillo, Underworld: A Novel, New York, N.Y.: Scribner Classics, →ISBN, page 543:
      I wanted to look up velleity and quotidian and memorize the fuckers for all time, spell them, learn them, pronounce them syllable by syllable—vocalize, phonate, utter the sounds, say the words for all they're worth.
  3. (vulgar, humorous) People, friends, especially of very high solidarity.
    What’s up, fucker!?
  4. (rare, vulgar) One who fucks.
    Synonyms: see Thesaurus:copulator
    She was a good fucker, but to tell the truth, I had had enough for the night.

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French

Etymology

From English to fuck.

Pronunciation

Verb

fucker

  1. (Quebec, vulgar) to fuck up, mess up, ruin
    Ça te fucke une nuit de sommeil, ça.It fucks up one night of sleep for you, it does.
    Bref, le genre d’histoire qui te fucke une semaine.In short, the kind of story that fucks up your week.
  2. (Quebec, vulgar) to do something with difficulty
    Il a fucké après ça toute la journée.He struggled all day after that.

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