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Definition of "coff" []

  • To chop or change.
  • To buy.
  • To pay for; expiate; purchase forgiveness of by sacrifice.
  • The offal of pilchards. (noun)

The Century Dictionary (Public Domain)

Use "coff" in a sentence
  • "How much did he coff up to bail out the Banks, or the Royal family for that matter."
  • "Latinate the speech like the language that is used by those Reps the scrotes voted for, because lessers were clueless to what was said, England always liked to use French for castle types, Latin for the preachers so they would coff [cough] up more pennies and use Norman French to hang the common folk with. on September 26, 2009 at 7: 22 am Uncle John"
  • "If ime nawt parsed mai yuuz bai date, ai mite coff up !"