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shtup

[shtoo p] /ʃtʊp/
verb (used with object), verb (used without object), shtupped, shtupping. Slang.
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Word Origin and History for shtupping

shtup

v.

"annoy," 1952; "have sexual intercourse with," 1967; from Yiddish, literally "push, shove," related to dialectal German stupfen "to nudge, jog."

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shtick

noun
  1. A small theatrical role or part of a role; a piece of theatrical ''business''; bit: It turned out to be a nice little ''shtick'' (1961+ Show business)
  2. A characteristic trait of performance or behavior; a typical personal feature: To each his own schtick. Chapman performs his with gusto (1968+ Show business)
  3. A clever device; gadget, gimmick: The ''shtick'' is that the taped remarks of a number of political figures are tacked onto questions dreamed up by writers (1966+)
  4. One's special area of interest or activity; bag, scene: Post-post literary theory is not my shtick (1968+)

[fr Yiddish, literally, ''piece, bit'']


The Dictionary of American Slang, Fourth Edition by Barbara Ann Kipfer, PhD. and Robert L. Chapman, Ph.D.
Copyright (C) 2007 by HarperCollins Publishers.
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