fesser

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French[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old French faisse (compare Old French faisser), deriving from Latin fascia; with spelling influenced by unrelated fesse (buttock)). Compare also Late Latin fasciāre, present active infinitive of fasciō.

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fesser

  1. (archaic) to spank
  2. (Quebec, slang) to whack

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