This feels like an old friend: back in the charts: resurrected; but, nothing wrong with that. Back in May thought of present participle "futuens" & gerund "futuendum" to create "fucking". But you would already have thought of these. Attestations? Difficult: the monks, in Anglo-Saxon times did not write their swear-words down. Similarly, the great Roman writers; some peppered their work with expletives but not usually as intensifiers: "What a fucking mess." sort of thing.
Cicero (ad. Fam 9.22) makes his distaste of profanity plain. His friend had dared to use the word "mentula", in a letter. Cicero praised the appropriate use; but, advised that he preferred "verecundia" (modesty). Others would have adopted these high standards (please come back), taking their cue from the great man.
There is "Glosbe: Fucking in Latin" (glosbe.com/en/la/fucking) giving multiple uses of "futuens", in English. The Latin translations, I think, are available if yourself wishes to seek membership; but, your considerable Latin skills may make such a commitment unnecessary.