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Name Course Course Instructor Date The use of the slang word “Fuut” among the Gaucho community Among the Gaucho community, slang is a common language among the young people, due to the fun in the use of the names. Very often, new words keep emerging from among these individuals, which they so much love to use.
One of these words that I came across recently among the college mates is fuut. In this journal article, I discuss the grammatical meaning if the word, its use among the students, its origin, as well as longevity. Definition and Grammatical Function Fuut, being a versatile word among the college vocabulary functions as a noun, a verb, as well as an adjective. The context with which the people use the word determines its grammatical function. In its contextual meaning, fuut is poor treatment of other people by a person, whom they used to share a close relationship or friendship together. As such, it could also apply to groups of people, where a group could treat another group badly. For instance when used in its plural status in a sentence, two rival groups could say “of late, the cheerleaders fuuts on the basketball team.” This means that the two groups initially were close, but due to some issues, fell apart. Subsequently, the cheerleaders now treat the basketball team badly. As a noun, one could refer to another person, especially one who treats him/her badly as a fuut. In this context, John could say, “Mary is a fuut.” This means that Mary currently treats John badly, despite their having had a good relationship before falling out with each other. Negatively, it can also mean that the action if person lead to the occurrence of a problem. ...