raff

[ raf ]
/ ræf /

noun

riffraff; rabble.

Origin of raff

1665–75; extracted from riff-raff

Definition for raff (2 of 2)

Raff

[ rahf ]
/ rɑf /

noun

Joseph Joachim,1822–82, Swiss composer.
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British Dictionary definitions for raff

raff

/ (ræf) /

noun archaic, or dialect

rubbish; refuse
rabble or riffraff

Word Origin for raff

C14: perhaps from Old French rafle a snatching up; compare raffle, riffraff
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