noun, plural bif·fies. Chiefly Upper Midwest and Canadian Slang.
Origin of biffy
Examples from the Web for biffy
Biffy Lee, the head coach, suggested that we run through our signals.Football Days|William H. Edwards
There was a pang in his beatitude, a painful moment of generous distress when Biffy came up to congratulate him.Rough-Hewn|Dorothy Canfield
Jack shook his head and resumed his seat beside Biffy, who had not moved or shown the slightest interest in the affair.
We all were very interested to make the acquaintance of the fat jumping horse who bore the strange name Biffy.The Red Battle Flyer|Capt. Manfred Freiherr von Richthofen
Get a move on that carcass of yours, Biffy, and let somebody else get up to that table.