Associations to the word «Duff»
DUFF, noun. (dialectal) Dough.
DUFF, noun. A stiff flour pudding, often with dried fruit, boiled in a cloth bag, or steamed
DUFF, noun. (Scotland) (US) Decaying vegetable matter on the forest floor.
DUFF, noun. Coal dust.
DUFF, noun. (slang) The bits left in the bottom of the bag after the booty has been consumed, like crumbs.
DUFF, noun. Something spurious or fake; a counterfeit, a worthless thing.
DUFF, noun. (baseball) (slang) (1800s) An error.
DUFF, adjective. (UK) Worthless; not working properly, defective.
DUFF, noun. (US) (slang) The buttocks.
DUFF, verb. (slang) (obsolete) To disguise something to make it look new.
DUFF, verb. (Australia) To alter the branding of stolen cattle; to steal cattle.
DUFF, verb. (British) (slang) (with "up") To beat up.
DUFF, verb. (US) (golf) To hit the ground behind the ball.
DUFF, acronym. (derogatory) Dumb/Designated Ugly Fat Friend, an attractive woman's less attractive friend
DUFF, proper noun. A surname.
DUFF, proper noun. An unincorporated community in Indiana
DUFF, proper noun. A village in Saskatchewan, Canada
DUFF, proper noun. An unincorporated community in Tennessee
DUFF UP, verb. (UK) (transitive) to beat up, to give a beating to
DUFF, noun. A stiff flour pudding steamed or boiled usually and containing e.g. currants and raisins and citron.
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