[1940s+ Narcotics; perhaps a shortening of Portuguese fumo d’Angola, ”Angola smoke,” referring to marijuana and the smoking habit brought by slaves from Angola to Brazil]
[fyoo-ij] /ˈfyu ɪdʒ/ noun, Old English Law. 1. .
[fuhb] /fʌb/ verb (used with object), fubbed, fubbing. 1. 2 .
[foo-bahr] /ˈfuˌbɑr/ adjective, Slang. 1. not working; completely messed up; bungled; confused. /ˈfʊːbɑː/ adjective 1. (slang) irreparably damaged or bungled adj. by 1944, acronym from fucked up beyond all recognition. Said to be military slang originally. adjective Totally botched and confused; snafu [WWII armed forces; fr fucked up beyond all recognition] fubb adj FUBAR, SNAFU […]
fucked up beyond belief