verb (used without object) Slang.
Origin of rolf
Definition for rolf (2 of 3)
verb (used with object)
Origin of Rolf1
Definition for rolf (3 of 3)
Examples from the Web for rolf
Viktor and Rolf were definitely giving a nod to prep girls, allowed to have a designer Friday.
For their much-anticipated return to couture, Viktor & Rolf went zen.Viktor & Rolf’s Return to Couture for Fall 2013: Going Zen|Liza Foreman|July 3, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Designers Victor Horsting and Rolf Snoeren had the opposite problem.Paris Fall Fashion Week Ends With Vuitton and Kanye|Robin Givhan|March 7, 2012|DAILY BEAST
“Rolf went way off the reservation with that one,” says this former executive, who is familiar with Stringer's thinking.
There he met his 12-year-old son Rolf; Mengele was introduced as “Uncle Fritz.”
Rolf tried to laugh at all this: but he could not contradict it.Feats on the Fiord|Harriet Martineau
And Rolf sprang to the edge of the cliffs and gazed upon the water.The Story of Rolf and the Viking's Bow|Allen French
In the drawin-room Rolf was a hunter: the leading inhabitants of the region around received him gladly and honoured him.
They made a fire at once, and while Rolf got the mid-day meal of tea and venison, Quonab skinned the fisher.
Rolf leaped over the first, but the second sprang, caught him by the slack of the trouser leg, and hung on.
British Dictionary definitions for rolf
Rolf the Ganger
Word Origin and History for rolf
masc. proper name, introduced in England by the Normans, from Old Norse Hrolfr, related to Old High German Hrodulf, literally "wolf of fame" (see Rudolph). Rolfing (1972) as a deep massage technique is named for U.S. physiotherapist Ida P. Rolf (1897-1979), and first attested 1958, as Rolf Technique.