scheisse

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See also: Scheisse, scheiße, and Scheiße

English[edit]

Alternative forms[edit]

Noun[edit]

scheisse (uncountable)

  1. Euphemistic form of shit.
    • 1996 December 3, El Chino The Great, “Re: Viet Kieu Chong Cong can biet”, in soc.culture.vietnamese, Usenet[1]:
      Your fathers beat the scheisse out of our fathers with their DDi.ch Va^.n and Da^n Va^.n.
    • 1997 February 3, Riffster, “Re: Djorkaeff's The Man”, in rec.sport.soccer, Usenet[2]:
      Enjoying your walk in Polyglot Park? Watch out for the scheisse!
    • 1997 December 16, Tommy Gehring, “Re: WI there's TRUE racial equality?”, in soc.history.what-if, Usenet[3]:
      They would say that it is the return of the old Jim Crow laws or some scheisse (highly technical term) like that.
    • 2015 May 12, Scott Lurndal, “Re: boolean string function to determine if the parentheses are balanced”, in comp.lang.c++, Usenet[4]:
      What is all this double-spaced scheisse?

Interjection[edit]

scheisse

  1. Euphemistic form of shit.
    • 2003 January 30, Noelle, “Re: Idle hands: Baby naming poll”, in alt.support.childfree, Usenet[5]:
      Oh, scheisse. Talk about some people with idle hands.
    • 2003 December 12, Chris, “Holy scheisse”, in alt.music.dave-matthews, Usenet[6]:
    • 2004 July 2, Dr Ivan D. Reid, “Clue that raises a smile”, in rec.puzzles.crosswords, Usenet[7]:
      Oh, scheisse! And it turned up in the Guardian within the last fortnight, too, IIRC.
    • 2004 August 4, Gerry Armstrong, “Re: Moonchild - Parsons & Hubbard Off Off Broadway”, in alt.religion.scientology, Usenet[8]:
      When will they play Chilliwack? Oh scheisse, when will they play Clamwater®?

Danish[edit]

Alternative forms[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from German Scheiße

Interjection[edit]

scheisse

  1. (vulgar, colloquial) Exclamation of displeasure.

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Pennsylvania German[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Compare German scheißen, Dutch schijten, English shit.

Verb[edit]

scheisse

  1. to shit