daft

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From Middle English dafte, defte, from Old English dæfte, ġedæfte (mild; gentle; meek), from Proto-Germanic *daftuz (agreeable; suitable; convenient).

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daft (comparative dafter, superlative daftest)

  1. insane, mad
  2. silly
    a daft idea
  3. stupid

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