1 liquid excretory product; "there was blood in his urine"; "the child had to make water" [syn: urine, pee, piddle, weewee, water]
2 informal terms for urination; "he took a pee" [syn: peeing, pee, pissing] v : eliminate urine; "Again, the cat had made on the expensive rug" [syn: make, urinate, piddle, puddle, micturate, pee, pee-pee, make water, relieve oneself, take a leak, spend a penny, wee, wee-wee, pass water]
Etymologypissen < pissier < pissiāre, probably of echoic origin.
- /pɪs/, /pIs/
- Rhymes: -ɪs
- 1611 Monster, I do smell all horse-piss; at which my nose is in
great indignation. — Shakespeare, The Tempest, Act 4, Scene 1.
- 2005 There in a puddle of piss sat Princess Fatima, her dress up over her knees, vomit dripping onto her bodice - Richard Connelly Miller, Tanglefoot
- 1611 Monster, I do smell all horse-piss; at which my nose is in great indignation. — Shakespeare, The Tempest, Act 4, Scene 1.
- vulgar slang Alcoholic beverage, especially of inferior quality.
- Arabic: (shokhākh), (būl)
- Chinese: 小便 (xiǎobiàn)
- Danish: pis
- Dutch: pis
- Estonian: kusi, piss uriin
- Finnish: kusi (vulgar), pissa (euphemistic), virtsa (standard)
- French: pisse
- German: Urin , Harn , Pisse (vulgar)
- Italian: orina , piscio (vulgar), piscia (vulgar)
- Japanese: 小便 (shōben), おしっこ (oshikko, childish)
- Korean: 오줌 (ojum), 소변 (小便, sobyeon)
- Kurdish: mîz
- Persian: (shash), (children’s speech): (jish)
- Polish: siki p
- Portuguese: mijo , xixi (childish)
- Russian: ссаки (ssáki) f|p, сцаки (stsáki) f|p
- Spanish: meado , orina
- To urinate.
- 1601 ''O Jove, a beastly fault! And then another fault in the semblance of a fowl; think on ’t, Jove; a foul fault! When gods have hot backs, what shall poor men do? For me, I am here a Windsor stag; and the fattest, I think, i’ the forest. Send me a cool rut-time, Jove, or who can blame me to piss my tallow? Who comes here? my doe? — Shakespeare, The Merry Wives of Windsor, Act 5, Scene 5.
- To discharge as or with the urine.
- Czech: čurat, chcát (vulgar)
- Dutch: piesen (vulgar), pissen (vulgar), plassen (euphemistic)
- Finnish: kusta (1, vulgar), pissata (1, euphemistic, childish)
- French: pisser
- German: urinieren, Wasser lassen, pinkeln, pissen (vulgar), strullen (vulgar)
- Italian: orinare, pisciare (vulgar)
- Korean: 오줌싸다 (ojumssada)
- Persian: (shashidan)
- Polish: sikać, szczać (vulgar)
- Russian: сцать (stsat’)
- Slovak: pišať, cikať, šťať (vulgar'')
- Spanish: mear, orinar, empapar de meado
- Swedish: pissa
Piss may refer to:
liquid waste produced by an animal's kidney.
- "Piss" (crude slang) used as a verb refers to the act of urination.
- Beer, especially low-grade beer, or beer perceived as being low grade or tasteless.
- Being drunk, 'I am pissed'
- Taking the piss, to comically imitate or have a joke at another's expense.
- The name of a popular Finnish jazz singer, born 1873 as Fresnel Pissneer aka. The Big Pisser.
- Michel De Pisse, a popular French artist of the 1300's, brother of Dakin De Pisse, who is depicted in Michel's most famous painting
- Pissa, something really funny or very good.
- "Piss!", Exclamatory term used to express anger.
- "Pissish", can refer to an attitude, beer, smell, taste etc. being like piss.
- "Piss off", slang meaning 'go away' or 'to leave'.
- "Piss away", to squander away something, usually money
Also, pissed can mean drunkenness or intoxication in (British English) but can mean angry or annoyed in the USA.