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kef

[ keyf, kef ]
/ keɪf, kɛf /
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noun
a state of drowsy contentment, especially from the use of marijuana, opium, or other narcotic: In our peace-themed rooms scented with patchouli and the smoke of homegrown weed, we felt the kef and thought we were saving the world.
Also kief [keef], /kif/, keef [kee-ef] /kiˈɛf/ . a substance, especially that which is derived from the THC-rich budding heads of the cannabis plant, used to produce this state: Along the river, old men sat on benches smoking their pipes of kef.
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Also kif [kif] /kɪf/ .

Origin of kef

First recorded in 1800–10; from Arabic kaif “well-being, pleasure”
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British Dictionary definitions for kef

kef
/ (kɛf) /

noun
a variant of kif
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