Definitions for fart
Here are all the possible meanings and translations of the word fart.
fart, farting, flatus, wind, breaking windverb
a reflex that expels intestinal gas through the anus
fart, break windverb
expel intestinal gases through the anus
An emission of digestive gases from the anus; a flatus.
An irritating person; a fool.
(usually as "old fart") An elderly person; especially one perceived to hold old-fashioned views.
To emit digestive gases from the anus; to flatulate.
To waste time with idle and inconsequential tasks; to go about one's activities in a lackadaisical manner; to be lazy or over-relaxed in one's manner or bearing.
Etymology: From ferten, farten, from (in feorting (verbal noun)), from fertanan (compare German farzen, furzen, Norwegian fjert), from pérde/o (compare Welsh rhech, Albanian pjerdh).
Samuel Johnson's Dictionary
Wind from behind.
Etymology: fert, Saxon.
Love is the fart
Of every heart;
It pains a man when ’tis kept close;
And others doth offend, when ’tis let loose. John Suckling.
To break wind behind.
Etymology: from the noun.
As when we a gun discharge
Although the bore be ne’er so large,
Before the flame from muzzle burst,
Just at the breech it flashes first;
So from my lord his passion broke,
He farted first, and then he spoke. Jonathan Swift.
Fart is most commonly used in reference to flatulence. The word "fart" is generally considered unsuitable in formal situations as it may be considered vulgar or offensive. Fart can be used as a noun or a verb. The immediate roots are in the Middle English words ferten, feortan or farten, kin of the Old High German word ferzan. Cognates are found in old Norse, Slavic and also Greek and Sanskrit. The word "fart" has been incorporated into the colloquial and technical speech of a number of occupations, including computing.
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
fart, v.i. to break wind.—n. a noisy expulsion of wind. [A.S. feortan; Ger. farzen.]
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The numerical value of fart in Chaldean Numerology is: 6
The numerical value of fart in Pythagorean Numerology is: 9
if you fart in a jar and give it to someone with a note saying,"open for a blast ftom the past." that would count as a present item with a past-tence gift in it--of which holds no value, unless you can make it into an alternative energy source... then everybody wins, apart from the one who opened it of course.
Jerry Ford is so dumb he can't fart and chew gum at the same time.
It’s kind of freaky for a late Saturday evening, but we just kind of had a brain fart, ‘Oh, there’s that van.'.
If it doesn't fart or eat hay, she isn't interested. (on his daughter, Princess Anne)
But I'd say I'm maturing, and I'd like to figure out a way to impact humanity as best as I possibly can beyond my typical d ** k and fart jokes.
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- حَبْقَةٌ, ضرط, فَسْوَةٌ, فسا, حبق, ضَرْطَةٌArabic
- пръдня, пърдяBulgarian
- pet, petarCatalan, Valencian
- prd, prdětCzech
- fis, fise, fjært, fjærte, prutte, prutDanish
- Fürze, furzen, pupsen, Pups, FurzGerman
- πορδή, κλάνω, κλανιάGreek
- furzo, furziEsperanto
- pedorrear, pedo, peerSpanish
- چسیدن, گوز, گوزیدنPersian
- pieraista, pierrä, pieru, tuhnu, piereskelläFinnish
- prumpa, frataFaroese
- péter, petFrench
- נפיחה, נפיחנותHebrew
- हवा छोड़ना, पाद, पादना, पाद मारनाHindi
- pú, fingik, púzik, fingHungarian
- flatular, flato, flatulentiaInterlingua
- flatuar, flatuoIdo
- prumpa, fretaIcelandic
- peto, flato, scoreggia, scoreggiareItalian
- おならをする, おなら, 屁をひる, 屁をこく, 放屁, 屁Japanese
- გაზებზე გასვლაGeorgian
- 방귀뀌다, 방귀Korean
- tirr, kuş, piv, fisKurdish
- flātulentia, pēdō, fartLatin
- bezdėti, gadinti orą, perstiLithuanian
- pirdiens, pirstLatvian
- pīhau, pateroMāori
- тушкање, пувеж, прдеж, тушка, прди, пува, цуфеж, прдењеMacedonian
- scheet, prot, wind, prottenDutch
- fjert, fjerte, promp, prompe, vind, slippe en vind, propp, proppe, fis, fiseNorwegian
- pierdnięcie, pierdziećPolish
- pum, peidar, peidoPortuguese
- băși, bășină, vânt, pârț, flatulență, pârțâiRomanian
- набздеть, пёрнуть, пердеть, бздёж, пукание, пукнуть, пёрднуть, пердёж, пердение, пукать, бздетьRussian
- prditi, прдити, прдети, prdnuti, прнути, прдјети, прднути, prdeti, prnuti, prdjetiSerbo-Croatian
- prdieť, prdnúťSlovak
- pordhë, fëndëAlbanian
- fjärt, prutta, fisa, fjärta, prutt, fisSwedish
- -jamba, -shutaSwahili
- పిత్తి, పిత్తుTelugu
- ผายลม, ตดThai
- osuruk, osurmakTurkish
- ٹهسکى, پادنا, پاد مارنا, ہوا چھوڑنا, پادUrdu
- địt, đánh rắm, chùi gháuVietnamese
- פֿאַרצן, פֿאָרץYiddish
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