Definition of Naffing
1. naff [v] - See also: naff
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Naffing
Literary usage of Naffing
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. An Etymological Dictionary of the Scottish Language: To which is Prefixed, a by John Jamieson (1880)
"To talk frivolously or saucily, Clydes. 2. To argue in a snappish way, like children disputing, ibid.] naffing, «. 1. Frivolous chat or prattle, ..."
2. History of the Government of the Island of Newfoundland by John Reeves (1793)
"... yet as the French PART m. were at the time of naffing the a<5t, and had - ~v been for many years before, ..."
3. Chronicle of Scottish Poetry: From the Thirteenth Century, to the Union of ...by James Sibbald by James Sibbald (1802)
"... to exchange or barter, to offer or to talc one of two concealed in the " nieves." Nif-naffing ..."
4. Dramas by James Bland Burges (1817)
"Gi' o'er, ye niff-naffing carl ye! or I'll mak short work wi' ye. WOMAN. I'm sure since I liv'd in sarvice I never was so treated by nobody. MRS. MACTAVISH. ..."