Want professional-looking wood finishes that are second-to-none? Fakitt!
Have some holes that need to be filled? Fakitt!
Okay, that last one was a bit extreme, so I think I'll stop there. 'Fa' means wood in Hungarian, and 'kitt' appears to have been taken from 'Kittfort', the manufacturer's name. Thus, in Hungarian, the name is utterly unsuggestive; but in English?
What makes this particular product name so amusing is it is basically a two-for-one in English. Pronounce the 'a' as you would in a word like 'all', and you get one obscene expression; pronounce the 'a' as you would in 'apple', and you get something a little different, but just as colorful.
I've never had so much fun applying wood putty in my life.