Green’s Dictionary of Slang

fist n.

SE in slang uses

Pertaining to violence

In compounds

fist-burger (n.)

(US) a punch.

[US]P. Conroy Great Santini (1977) 310: ‘You going to whip my ass, Jim Din?’ Mr. Dacus asked. ‘Naw, Mr. D., I’m gonna let you slip out the back door before I commence to doling out fist burgers.’.
fist city (n.) (also duke city, fist holler) [SE fist/ duke n.3 (2) + -city sfx/SE hollow; an imaginary place where quarrels are settled with the fists]

(US) a fist fight.

[US] in Botkin Folk-say 190: I sez to him, sez I, ‘You and me is going to Fist City.’ Then I up and knocks a wit hair out of him as long as a hoe handle.
[US]L. Durst Jives of Dr. Hepcat (1989) 1: Jump down Jackson if you want to go to fist city you can naturally naturally take off.
[US]Randolph & Wilson Down in the Holler 244: When two men are said to be ‘headin’ for Fist Holler,’ it means that they are about to fight.
[US]Loretta Lynn ‘Fist City’ 🎵 If ya don’t wanna go to fist city / If ya don’t wanna go to fist city.
[US]Atlantic Monthly Mar. 48: Take the last all-Home duke-out. It was, distressingly enough, over ten years ago. Although there have been a fair number of fistfights in the capitol since, none has qualified as total Fist City.
[US]P. Conroy Great Santini (1977) 249: If you call me Bull, we’ll be going to duke city.
[US]Lyle Lovett ‘LA County’ 🎵 You better close your face and stay outta my way if you don’t / Want to go to fist city.
W. Childress Ozark Odyssey 137: Like the time he got into it with a skid row bum [...] and the two of them went to Fist City.
fist junction (n.)

(US black) that point in a confrontation when a physical fight takes over from mere words.

[US]E. Folb Runnin’ Down Some Lines 104: The largest number of fight terms deals with fist-fights (to [...] go to fist junction).
at 🌐 Hey peace brother, dis ain’t no fist junction. E’erythin be Kool and the Gang, dig?
fist oil (n.)

(US) physical violence, to be administered by the fists.

[US]N.-Y. Eve. Post 6 Mar. 3/2: The Thief being in the Crowd, seeing the Pastime (and the Poor buyer undermost well loaded with Fist-Oyl) could not help calling out, That Mare stealer deserves to be heartily drubbed, drub him, drub him.

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In phrases

fist it (v.)

1. of a woman, to caress a man’s penis.

[UK]Farmer & Henley Sl. and Its Analogues.

2. (Aus./N.Z.) to eat with one’s hands.

[Aus]C.P. Hodgson Reminiscences of Aus. 29: Some prefer a plate and knife and fork [...] others [...] seizing the lump of beef in one hand and the damper in the other, ‘fist it’.
[Aus]Bulletin (Sydney) 4 July 10/2: We loved her in our heart of hearts – ’Tis a heart that ’twas always unruly / The quicker she ‘fisted’ the tarts. / We could not of her hand be a holder [...] / For ‘wolfing’ she wanted them both.
fist one’s mister (v.)

to masturbate.

Mynx 2 Aug. 🌐 When Dear Mynx first started, it was supposed to be a somewhat lighthearted forum for Quake advice. I came up with Mynxisms like ‘fist the mister’ and ‘wonk the conker’ because I wasn’t sure I should say something like ‘jerk off’ on PQ when people started turning to me for help on eyebrow raising subjects.