adjective, daf·fi·er, daf·fi·est. Informal.
- dafydd ap gruffudd,
- dafydd ap gwilym,
Origin of daffy
Examples from the Web for daffy
“You know, this goes against everything they taught me in health class,” Daffy Duck says, before he drinks.
There was a Lucille Ball–like fearlessness to her daffy brand of physical comedy that seemed to be refreshingly natural.
Cinderella, Minnie Mouse, and Daffy Duck are the centerpieces of two new fashion campaigns this holiday season.Disney Characters Are Slimmed Down For Barneys and Harrods Holiday Campaigns|Misty White Sidell|November 6, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Saved my life by shooting a dog with a bottle of Daffy's elixir!'
Daffy's elixir possesses extraordinary powers in purifying the blood and working off all phlegms, humours, vapours, or rheums.
Just love it, with all its faults; fight for it, if necessary, but don't get daffy over it.Peck's Uncle Ike and The Red Headed Boy|George W. Peck
"Now don't go to cutting it," whispered Daffy; "it looks so pretty."
"Sisters are different, you know;" said Daffy, polishing a tea-cup with a towel.