See also: Pisti

Aromanian

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Etymology 1

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From Latin per + super. Compare Romanian peste.

Alternative forms

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Preposition

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pisti

  1. over
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Etymology 2

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From Greek πίστη (písti).

Noun

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pisti f

  1. faith, religion
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Cebuano

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Etymology

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From Spanish peste (pest; plague).

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  • Hyphenation: pis‧ti

Noun

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pisti

  1. (vulgar) pest; nuisance

Interjection

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pisti

  1. (vulgar, offensive) Used as an expression similar to shit! or fuck!

Esperanto

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Etymology

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From Latin pī̆stō, frequentive of pīnsō (I beat, pound). Compare Italian pestare. Doublet of piŝto.

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  • IPA(key): [ˈpisti]
  • Audio:(file)
  • Rhymes: -isti
  • Hyphenation: pis‧ti

Verb

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pisti (present pistas, past pistis, future pistos, conditional pistus, volitive pistu)

  1. (transitive) to pound, crush

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Finnish

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pisti

  1. third-person singular past indicative of pistää

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Latin

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Participle

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pistī

  1. inflection of pistus:
    1. genitive masculine/neuter singular
    2. nominative/vocative masculine plural

Lithuanian

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Etymology

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From Proto-Indo-European *peys-. Cognates include Polish pchać, Russian пиха́ть (pixátʹ) (Proto-Slavic *pьxati). Compare also Latvian pisties.

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pìsti (third-person present tense pìsa, third-person past tense pìso)

  1. (vulgar, transitive, with accusative object) to fuck
  2. (vulgar, transitive, with dative object and/or a prepositional phrase) to beat, to fight
    • Pisiu (tau) į snukį. (loose translation I'll hit your mug)

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