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  • nuff — 1840, American English, representing a casual or colloquial pronunciation of ENOUGH (Cf. enough) …   Etymology dictionary

  • 'nuff — n a humorous rendering of enough reflecting its pronunciation in rapid or childish speech. The word is usually seen in this form in the cliche nuff said . Vogue expressions also employing the word were nuff tuff , meaning bold or daring, and nuff …   Contemporary slang

  • nuff — /nʌf/ (say nuf) Chiefly Victoria Colloquial –adjective 1. silly or stupid. –noun 2. → nuff nuff. Also, nuffy …   Australian English dictionary

  • nuff — To have enough of something. That was nuff safe guy …   Dictionary of american slang

  • Nüff — * He gav em êns up de Nüff. – Dähnert, 331b. Er schlug es auf die Nase …   Deutsches Sprichwörter-Lexikon

  • 'nuff — /nuf/, n. Informal. enough. [by aphesis and resp.] * * * …   Universalium

  • nuff — Jamaican Slang Glossary Plenty, too much, many, tons, a lot, ECT …   English dialects glossary

  • nuff! — exclamation American possibly a contraction of the phrase enough said …   Contemporary slang

  • NUFF — Enough …   Glossary of chat acronyms & text shorthand

  • nuff — determiner, pronoun, & adverb non standard spelling of enough, representing informal speech. determiner black English much …   English new terms dictionary

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