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also mother-fucker, mother fucker, usually simply an intensive of fucker (see fuck), attested from 1956; implied in clipped form mother (with the context made clear) by 1928; motherfucking is from 1933.
(Variations: see motherfucker for base forms from which -ing forms may be made) Detestable; disgusting; nasty; accursed; god-damn • Often used for rhythmic and euphonious emphasis: went down there with his motherfucking gun, knocked down the motherfucking door/ what he describes as ''three hard mothergrabbin' years'' (1950s+ Black)
: a mammyrammer blowhard fart that has no respectnoun