aff

[ af ]
/ æf /

preposition, adverb Scot.

off.

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Definition for aff (2 of 2)

aff.

affirmative.
affix.
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British Dictionary definitions for aff

aff
/ (æf) Scot /

adverb

off

preposition

off
from; out of

Word Origin for aff

Old English of; Old Norse af
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