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Late 16th century.
fap (not comparable)
- (obsolete) Drunk.
- c. 1597 (date written), William Shakespeare, “The Merry Wiues of Windsor”, in Mr. William Shakespeares Comedies, Histories, & Tragedies […] (First Folio), London: […] Isaac Iaggard, and Ed[ward] Blount, published 1623, →OCLC, [Act I, scene i]:
- BARDOLPH: Why, sir, for my part, I say the gentleman had drunk himself out of his five sentences. / EVANS: It is his 'five senses'; fie, what the ignorance is! / BARDOLPH: And being fap, sir, was, as they say, cashier'd; and so conclusions passed the careires.
- See Thesaurus:drunk
Onomatopeic Internet neologism from the sound of male masturbation, originally used in English translations of some adult Japanese manga, and popularized on the Internet by the webcomic The Thin H Line/Sexy Losers and other online sources.
- (informal, Internet slang, vulgar) To indicate that someone (normally the speaker) is either masturbating, or inspired to by sexual arousal.
- I was watching some porn – fap fap fap – when my computer crashed, again!
- She's single?... *fap fap fap*
- (informal, vulgar) Pornography.
fap (third-person singular simple present faps, present participle fapping, simple past and past participle fapped)
- (slang) To masturbate.
- 2014, Caitlin Moran, How to Build a Girl, Ebury, published 2015, page 39:
- For what reason – other than a knowing sadistic streak – would they have named something millions of teenage girls were fapping themselves senseless with ‘Mum’?
- → Finnish: fäpätä
- → German: fappen, fappieren
- → Polish: fapać
- → Russian: фапать (fapatʹ)
- → Welsh: ffapio
fap (plural faps)
- (slang, countable) A session of masturbation.
- I was horny, so I had a quick fap in the public restroom.
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