Origin of schmuckeastern; English Yiddish shmok, literally , penis from Old Polish smok, grass snake, dragon
Bill behaves like a schmuck and was often in some kind of conflict with his fellow colleagues at work.
A loud obnoxious guy who everyone dislikes and makes fun of is an example of a schmuck.
Origin of schmuckYiddish shmok penis, fool probably from Polish smok dragon Bulgarian smok grass-snake perhaps akin to Russian smoktat' to suck (since folk tradition holds that snakes suck milk from livestock), of imitative origin
- Group exercises are not for everyone, however; some find it distracting to have some schmuck bumping into them or spraying sweat all over the place.
- While the importance of abstinence should be emphasized, most teens unfortunately will still lose their virginity to a passing schmuck while still in high school, or even during middle school.
- She added, "Leland Anderson's wife Marian says you're a schmuck for not solving the Byrne thing and causing her to lose her bet."