noun, plural bif·fies. Chiefly Upper Midwest and Canadian Slang.
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Get a move on that carcass of yours, Biffy, and let somebody else get up to that table.Peter
F. Hopkinson Smith
And he had beaten Biffy to it, although Biffy had almost killed himself with trying.
He remembered to be sorry for Biffy till the whistle blew for the Annapolis game.
The next afternoon Neale was back on the Varsity and Biffy on the scrub.
Biffy Lee, the head coach, suggested that we run through our signals.Football Days
William H. Edwards