asshole

asshole
noun Date: 14th century 1. usually vulgar anus 2. a. usually vulgar a stupid, incompetent, or detestable person b. usually vulgar the worst place — used in phrases like asshole of the world

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • Asshole — (or arsehole in British English) is slang for the anus and can be used to describe an unpleasant person. It is formed from arse , which according to the Oxford English Dictionary has been used since the 11th century to refer to the rump of an… …   Wikipedia

  • asshole — (n.) variant of ARSEHOLE (Cf. arsehole) (also see ASS (Cf. ass) (n.2)). Meaning contemptible person, mid 1930s …   Etymology dictionary

  • asshole — [as′hōl΄] n. Vulgar 1. the anus 2. Slang a person who is stupid, foolish, despicable, etc …   English World dictionary

  • asshole — 1. (asshole) (12538↑, 2315↓) Your current boss. I work for SUCH an ASSHOLE. Author: http://asshole.urbanup.com/13786 2. (asshole) (7090↑, 1491↓) someone being arrogant, rude, obnoxious, or just a total dickhead.... Sean …   Urban English dictionary

  • asshole — noun a) The anus. Suck my asshole, dickhead!! b) A jerk; an inappropriately or objectionably mean, inconsiderate, contemptible …   Wiktionary

  • asshole — n American 1. the anus. The American version of the British and Australian arsehole. 2. a very stupid person, someone who is pathetically or offensively foolish. This American word always implies contempt, but can also convey pity, unlike… …   Contemporary slang

  • asshole — UK [ˈæsˌhəʊl] / US [ˈæsˌhoʊl] noun [countable] Word forms asshole : singular asshole plural assholes American offensive an arsehole …   English dictionary

  • asshole — 1. n. the opening at the lower end of the large bowel; the anus. (Usually objectionable.) □ I was so mad I could have kicked him in the asshole. 2. n. a worthless and annoying person. (Also a term of address. Rude and derogatory.) □ Somebody get… …   Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • asshole —    The normal American spelling of ‘arsehole’. The word is used vocatively on its own, and often as ‘you asshole’. In the latter form it is said by one American boy to another in Boulevard Nights, by Dewey Gram, and by an American woman to her… …   A dictionary of epithets and terms of address

  • asshole — [[t]æ̱shoʊl[/t]] assholes N COUNT (disapproval) If one person calls another person an asshole, they think that person is extremely stupid or has behaved in a stupid way. [AM, VERY RUDE] (in BRIT, use arsehole) …   English dictionary

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