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quiff

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[ kwif ]
/ kwɪf /
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noun, plural quiff, quiffs.Slang.
a woman, especially one who is promiscuous.
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Origin of quiff

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First recorded in 1920–25; origin uncertain

Other definitions for quiff (2 of 2)

quiff2
[ kwif ]
/ kwɪf /

noun British.
a lock or curl of hair brought forward over the forehead.

Origin of quiff

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First recorded in 1885–90; origin uncertain
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British Dictionary definitions for quiff

quiff
/ (kwɪf) /

noun
British a prominent tuft of hair, esp one brushed up above the forehead

Word Origin for quiff

C19: of unknown origin
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