[ staf-uh ]
/ ˈstæf ə /
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an island in W Scotland, in the Hebrides: site of Fingal's Cave.
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By good luck the sky lifted at the critical moment, and the travellers had a favourable view of Staffa.Keats|Sidney Colvin
Suddenly Allan paused his walk and looked northward towards the little isle of Staffa.The Thirsty Sword|Robert Leighton
The conspirators were further fortified by the accession of Jeronimo della Staffa, and three members of the house of Corgna.The Story of Perugia|Margaret Symonds
Aodh, last of the Culdees, or primitive clergy of Io'na, an island south of Staffa.Character Sketches of Romance, Fiction and the Drama, Vol 1|The Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D.
Enfield—a township in the parish of Staffa and county of Monmouth, about 20 miles from Hobart.
British Dictionary definitions for Staffa
/ (ˈstæfə) /
an island in W Scotland, in the Inner Hebrides west of Mull: site of Fingal's Cave
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