friar tuck

Noun. 1. Sexual intercourse. Rhyming slang on 'fuck'.
2. Fuck. As a general replacement for the word 'fuck' as an expletive in phrases such as, "I don't give friar tuck!". Rhyming slang on 'fuck'.

English slang and colloquialisms. 2014.

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  • Friar Tuck — is a companion to Robin Hood in the legends about that character. He is a common character in modern Robin Hood stories, which depict him as a jovial friar and one of Robin s Merry Men. The figure of Tuck was common in the May Games festivals of… …   Wikipedia

  • Friar Tuck — /tuk/ the jolly, pugnacious friar who was a member of Robin Hood s band. * * * Friar Tuck [Friar Tuck] one of Robin Hood s group of ↑outlaws (= people who have broken the law and must hide to avoid being caught). According to the ↑legend, he was… …   Useful english dictionary

  • Friar Tuck —    Companion of *Robin Hood in some sources from 1475 onwards, Tuck may have originally been an independent comic figure based on the medieval stereotype of a disreputable friar fond of fighting, hunting, and wenching. He is almost certainly the… …   A Dictionary of English folklore

  • friar tuck — Cockney Rhyming Slang Luck E always had a bit of friar tuck …   English dialects glossary

  • Friar Tuck — /tuk/ the jolly, pugnacious friar who was a member of Robin Hood s band. * * * …   Universalium

  • Friar Tuck — /fraɪə ˈtʌk/ (say fruyuh tuk) noun the jolly friar of Robin Hood s band …   Australian English dictionary

  • Friar Tuck — Fri|ar Tuck a fat and cheerful ↑monk (=a member of an all male religious group) , who enjoys eating and drinking, and appears in old English stories about ↑Robin Hood as one of his followers …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • FRIAR TUCK —    Robin Hood s chaplain and steward, introduced by Scott into Ivanhoe as a kind of clerical Falstaff …   The Nuttall Encyclopaedia

  • friar tuck — n British an act of sexual intercourse. A rhyming slang form of fuck …   Contemporary slang

  • Tuck — Tuck, Friar →↑Friar Tuck …   Dictionary of contemporary English

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