Actually, Shakespeare never used this specific phrase. If he had, the gramtically correct way to say it would be "I bite my thumb at thee!"
I will bite my thumb at them, which is disgrace to them if they bear it.

--Shakespeare (from Romeo and Juliet)
Anonymous tarafından 27 Nisan 2003, Pazar

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It pretty much mean fuck you in lamens terms, or a different way to flip someone off back in the day
I bite my thumb at thee for being such a disgrace!
Jaja tarafından 30 Kasım 2003, Pazar
This, actually means that you want to start a fight. A looong time ago people used to "bite" their thumb at someone to show that person you don't actually care about them.
I bite my thumb at thou!. I completely disagree with you all the way.
luciana tarafından 24 Eylül 2005, Cumartesi
When armies took prisoners in southern Europe in the middle ages, they would sometimes be offered the chance to earn their freedom by eating a fig from a mules anus. As the captors taunted their captive, offering him this degrading method of escape, they would bite their thumbs.
I bite my thumb at thou! infidel!
Themanwiththegiantwilly tarafından 14 Eylül 2005, Çarşamba
It's an old English term for "Fuck you!" Is used in many of Shakespeare's plays.
I bite my thumb at thou! Thou hast beseeched thy family!
Holla Back! tarafından 26 Ocak 2003, Pazar
As has been noted before, it has been used by Shakespeare.
A qualified guess is that the phrase, (and the hand gesture that accompanies it), symbolizes oral sex,
and implies that the insulted is gay.
Shakespeare - "Romeo and Juliet"
Hakan tarafından 26 Temmuz 2004, Pazartesi
a vaginal cream using in the "love-making" process
look mate! It's (hey sues)!
rusty shakleford tarafından 26 Ocak 2003, Pazar

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