loff

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English[edit]

Etymology 1[edit]

From Middle English lof, from Old English lof (praise, glory, repute). More at lofe.

Noun[edit]

loff (plural loffs)

  1. Alternative form of lofe.

Etymology 2[edit]

From Middle English loven, from Old English lofian (to praise, exalt, appraise, value). More at lofe, love (Etymology 2).

Verb[edit]

loff (third-person singular simple present loffs, present participle loffing, simple past and past participle loffed)

  1. Alternative form of lofe.