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In Christianized Anglo-Saxon Britain, invading kings would require that their troops would rape the women in a common demoralization procedure. Now, aren't you glad you learned something new today? When people wanted to have a baby, they had to get the consent of the king, and the king gave them a placard that they hung on their door while they were having sex. The explanation I heard as a kid was that it stood for: For Unlawful Carnal Knowledge. In ancient England single people could not have sex unless they had consent of the king. Supposedly "swive" was excised from texts by the Censors and replaced with the inscription "For Unlawful Carnal (or Cardinal? At least this is what I learned in college — or was it the streets?Further, a few scholars hold differing pet theories outside of the Germanic origin one, theories which appear to have some holes in them.‘Fuck’ is an old word, even if it’s been an almost taboo term for most of its existence.
Okay, so the word didn’t come to us from an acronym; where did it come from then?
In light of this, any claim wedded couples trying to entice the stork down their chimney were granted fornication permits crashes against the rock of the wrong word being used.