griff

[grif]

Origin of griff

First recorded in 1890–95; by shortening
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Contemporary Examples of griff

Historical Examples of griff

  • "The mate assaulted poor Griff the other day," added the pilot.

    Down South

    Oliver Optic

  • "We have some work ahead of us, Griff," he said after a long pause.

    The Loyalist

    James Francis Barrett

  • I have been at Griff for the last week, or I should have written before.

  • The only person we told was Griff, who was amused and incredulous.

    Chantry House

    Charlotte M. Yonge

  • One note of sympathy would have done much for Griff just then.

    Chantry House

    Charlotte M. Yonge


British Dictionary definitions for griff

griff

noun
  1. slang information; news

Word Origin for griff

C20: from griffin ²
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