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See also: scheisse, Scheisse, and scheiße



Scheiße (uncountable)

  1. Alternative form of scheisse
    • 2003 June 18, pas de deux, “Re: Occupation of Latvia”, in soc.culture.baltics, Usenet[1]:
      What a nasty piece of Scheiße he is.
    • 2005 March 14, Steven, “Re: Concorde tickets on sale”, in, Usenet[2]:
      What a pile of Scheiße.
    • 2014 November 20, SCI trolls ARE fatherless humiliated Homo-Sexuals, “Re: gelukszoekers gaan naar pieter baan centrum”, in soc.culture.israel, Usenet[3]:
      Your mudder and revd's rectum, heinrich, you asperger piece of Scheiße


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From Middle High German schīze, from Proto-Germanic *skītaz, from Proto-Indo-European *skei-d- (to part). Germanic cognates include English shit, German Low German Schiet, Dutch schijt, Frisian skyt, Swedish skit within Germanic. Low German cognates sometimes used in standard German are Schiet and Schitte.



Scheiße f (genitive Scheiße, no plural)

  1. (vulgar) feces, shit
    Wo ich hintrete nur Scheiße!
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  2. (vulgar, figuratively) something worthless, shit
    Das ist doch alles Scheiße!
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