Note: these 'words' (valid or invalid) are all the permutations of the word piss. These words are obtained by scrambling the letters in piss.
Definitions and meaning of piss
From Middle Englishpissen, from Old Frenchpissier, from Vulgar Latin*pīssiō, probably of echoic origin.
piss (countable and uncountable, pluralpisses)
(mildly vulgar, usually uncountable) Urine.
This toilet is disgusting. There's piss all over the floor.
1610, Ben Jonson, The Alchemist, Act II (among the list of elixir ingredients):
Of piss and egg-shells
1611, William Shakespeare, The Tempest, Act 4, Scene 1
Monster, I do smell all horse-piss; at which my nose is in great indignation.
1922, James Joyce, Ulysses, II:8:
Smells of men. Spat-on sawdust, sweetish warmish cigarettesmoke, reek of plug, spilt beer, men’s beery piss, the stale of ferment.
(mildly vulgar, countable) An instance of pissing.
I'm desperate for a piss!
1999, Tin House #2 (→ISBN, Win McCormack, Rob Spillman, Elissa Schappell), page 170:
But the urinal was safe, no unshielded pissing trough, but a nice, modest urinal, with a wall on each side of you so you could have your privacy. [...] That was one of the best pisses of my life.
(mildly vulgar, countable and uncountable, slang) Alcoholic beverage, especially of inferior quality.
(mildly vulgar, attributive)An intensifier.
1989, Kate Pullinger, When the monster dies, Jonathan Cape:
Irene went down to her studio and brought the painting upstairs. She leaned it against a wall and then she and Mary contemplated it from across the room. 'It really is piss-ugly,' said Mary with a note of grudging affection in her voice.
2007, C. N. Barton, The Cambridge Diaries: A Tale of Friendship, Love and Economics, Janus Publishing Company Lim (→ISBN), page 417:
“You are piss funny, Caolan O'Donnell, you really are.”
2016, Rae Earl, My Mad Fat Diary: A Memoir, St. Martin's Griffin (→ISBN), page 267:
Just watched Black Adder Goes Forth. Can I just say Ben Elton is my bloody hero for ever. If it wasn't for him I would still think voting Tory was OK. And he is piss funny ...
See also Thesaurus:urine
piss (third-person singular simple presentpisses, present participlepissing, simple past and past participlepissed)
(intransitive, mildly vulgar) To urinate.
When I got home I found a drunk pissing in my doorway.
1601, Shakespeare, The Merry Wives of Windsor, Act 5, Scene 5
O Jove, a beastly fault! And then another fault in the semblance of a fowl; think on ’t, Jove; a foul fault! When gods have hot backs, what shall poor men do? For me, I am here a Windsor stag; and the fattest, I think, i’ the forest. Send me a cool rut-time, Jove, or who can blame me to piss my tallow? Who comes here? my doe?
1611, King James Version. I Kings 14:10:
Therefore, behold, I will bring evil upon the house of Jeroboam, and will cut off from Jeroboam him that pisseth against the wall, and him that is shut up and left in Israel, and will take away the remnant of the house of Jeroboam, as a man taketh away dung, till it be all gone.
1922, James Joyce, Ulysses, I:3:
Along by the edge of the mole he lolloped, dawdled, smelt a rock and from under a cocked hindleg pissed against it. He trotted forward and, lifting again his hindleg, pissed quick short at an unsmelt rock.
(transitive, mildly vulgar) To discharge as or with the urine.
Lately I've been pissing blood.
ISPs, SSPI, psis, sips
Imperative singular of pissen.
(colloquial) First-person singular present of pissen.