Borrowed from Yiddish שטופּן (shtupn), perhaps related to German stupsen (“nudge”), or possibly German stopfen (“stuff”).
shtup (third-person singular simple present shtups, present participle shtupping, simple past and past participle shtupped)
- To push.
- Synonym: shove
- (transitive, intransitive, slang) To have sex (with).
- Synonyms: shag, fuck
- 1969, Philip Roth, Portnoy’s Complaint:
- And shikse cunt, to boot! Chasing it, sniffing it, lapping it, shtupping it, but above all, thinking about it.
2018 December 7, Liane Kupferberg Carter, “23andMe Informed Me My Husband and I Are Related”, in The Cut:
Doug: (mansplaining): “What Ann means is that everyone was shtupping in the shtetl.”