DutchEdit

EtymologyEdit

Related to German Low German nöken (to have intercourse; have sex). Ultimately from Proto-Germanic *hnukāną (to bend; flex; clump together), with a special sense development in North Germanic, Old Dutch, and Old Saxon of "push, thrust, bump", from Proto-Indo-European *knewg- (to press; bend), from *ken- (to press; pinch). Cognate with Old Norse hnykkja (to snatch; pull violently), Danish nykke (to thrust; bump), Swedish dialectal nycka (to bump; push), Old English hnocc (penis), Old English ġehnycned (drawn up; pinched). More at nook.

The sense “to disrespect” is borrowed from English fuck.

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): /ˈnøːkə(n)/
  • (file)
  • Hyphenation: neu‧ken
  • Rhymes: -øːkən

VerbEdit

neuken

  1. (vulgar, transitive, intransitive) to fuck, to screw
    Synonyms: batsen, naaien, poepen, vossen, vrijen
  2. (vulgar, transitive) to fuck, to disrespect; used to express one's displeasure or disrespect for something or someone.
    • 2016 April 9, Niels van der Laan & Jeroen Woe, "Mijn nee", de Kwis.
      "Ik neuk het systeem." "En ik mijn Steinway."
      "I fuck the system." "And I [fuck] my Steinway."
  3. (Southern, uncommon) to bother, to be annoying to
    Dat neukt niet.
    That's no problem.
  4. (Southern, uncommon) to hit, to ram, to push
    • 1784, De rechten van den mensch, ontvouwd ten nutte van't gemeen, page 7.
      SOLDAAT: [] wel waarom neuken we ze dan niet na der moer?
      Soldier: [] Well why don't we beat them to pulp then?
    • 1795, Crimineele sententie tegens den gevangen Willem Cristoffel Zorreth. Ter executie gestelt binnen Arnhem den 9. December 1795, page 16/
      Dat niet weet, dat Zorreth tegens hem gezegd heeft, dat hy Zorreth tegens de Soldaten, die, tyde der alhier plaats gehad hebbende Plundering, by 't huis van den Zilverſmit van den Berg geposteerd ſtonden, en alle moeite deden, om in het zelve te komen, zoude gezegd hebben, wat legt gyl. daar te neuken, moet je 'er in wezen, zyn er dan geen byllui te bekomen?
      (please add an English translation of this quote)
  5. (Southern, uncommon) to toss, to throw away

InflectionEdit

Inflection of neuken (weak)
infinitive neuken
past singular neukte
past participle geneukt
infinitive neuken
gerund neuken n
present tense past tense
1st person singular neuk neukte
2nd person sing. (jij) neukt neukte
2nd person sing. (u) neukt neukte
2nd person sing. (gij) neukt neukte
3rd person singular neukt neukte
plural neuken neukten
subjunctive sing.1 neuke neukte
subjunctive plur.1 neuken neukten
imperative sing. neuk
imperative plur.1 neukt
participles neukend geneukt
1) Archaic.

Derived termsEdit

DescendantsEdit

  • Afrikaans: neuk
  • English: nookie (possibly)