Origin of puffin
Examples from the Web for puffin
Contemporary Examples of puffin
For the adventurous, try the reindeer or puffin; for those feeling fishy, go for arctic char or the array of sushi.Gal With a Suitcase
November 13, 2009
Historical Examples of puffin
He's my friend, and—and I don't like to see him puffin' like that.Mixed Faces
I did know that; but I thought you'd have had on your very best so as to soften the Puffin's heart.
We must hope that the Puffin may prove, as she expects, to be a disguised lamb.
Puffin turned from him in scorn, still concealing his own bag.
“Three and a half to four times, I should say,” repeated Puffin.
Word Origin for puffin
North Atlantic seabird, mid-14c., perhaps connected with puff on notion of appearance, or from some Celtic word (earliest association is with Cornwall and Scilly), and altered by influence of puff.