Slang: Vulgar. a person or thing of no value or consequence; a despicable person or thing.
Obsolete. an ant.
Slang: Vulgar. insignificant or worthless.
an insignificant or contemptible person
insignificant or contemptible
1660s, “an ant,” from first element of pismire (q.v.) + ant. Meaning “contemptible, insignificant person” is from 1903.
“[B]y sun-down [the gals] come pourin out of the woods like pissants out of an old log when tother end’s afire.” [“Dick Harlan’s Tennessee Frolic,” in collection “A Quarter Race in Kentucky,” Philadelphia, 1846]
Insignificant; paltry: this little pissant country
A despicable person; an insignificant wretch: That sorry damn pissant
[1903+; extension of pissant, ”ant,” which is found by 1661]
- Piss around
verb phrase To deliberately waste time or annoy somebody and waste their time: just pissing around and will never be ready to go
[pi-sahr-oh; French pee-sa-roh] /pɪˈsɑr oʊ; French pi saˈroʊ/ noun 1. Camille [ka-mee-yuh] /kaˈmi yə/ (Show IPA), 1830–1903, French painter. /pɪˈsɑːrəʊ; French pisaro/ noun 1. Camille (kamij). 1830–1903, French impressionist painter, esp of landscapes
noun A person or thing that is remarkable, wonderful, superior, etc; beaut, humdinger, pip, pistol: Isn’t our new colleague a piss-cutter? (1940s+)
[pist] /pɪst/ adjective, Slang: Vulgar. 1. drunk; intoxicated. 2. . [pis] /pɪs/ Vulgar. noun 1. . verb (used without object), pissed, pissing. 2. to urinate. Idioms 3. piss away, Slang. to squander; fritter away: 4. piss off, Slang. 5. take a piss, to urinate. /pɪst/ adjective 1. (Brit & Austral, NZ, slang) intoxicated; drunk 2. […]