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  • oof — oof; oof·tish; …   English syllables

  • Oof — is an album by the band, Happy Flowers. The album was released in 1989. Track listing Stop Touching My Food Unhappy Meal Pickin Scabs There s a Soft Spot on the Baby s Head Finger in My Crackerjacks Ain t Got Nothin I Said I Wanna Watch Cartoons… …   Wikipedia

  • OOF — steht als Abkürzung für: Other Official Flows, Begriff aus der Entwicklungshilfe OpenOhr Festival, ein Jugendkulturfestival in Mainz Diese Seite ist eine Begriffsklärung zur Unterscheidung mehrerer mit demselben Wort bezeichnet …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • oof — [u:f] interjection [Date: 1800 1900; Origin: Natural sound] a sound that you make when you have been hit, especially in the stomach …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • oof — [uf] 1. exclam. the sound one makes when one is struck in the abdomen. (Usually Oof!) □ So, then Bob hit him in the belly. Oof! □ “Oof!” cried Tom. He couldn’t talk any more after that. 2. n. the potency of the alcohol in liquor; the effect of… …   Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • oof — 1. interjection /ʊf,uːf/ A sound mimicking the loss of air, as if someones solar plexus had just been struck. 2. noun /ʊf,uːf/ Money. Whats he after? Oof oof oof, thats what hes after. Hes for his own pocket, hes for being boss of all the woolly… …   Wiktionary

  • Oof — Original name in latin Oof Name in other language Oof State code ID Continent/City Asia/Makassar longitude 9.9714 latitude 124.4523 altitude 609 Population 0 Date 2012 10 08 …   Cities with a population over 1000 database

  • OOF — Out Of Frame (Computing » Telecom) * Object Oriented Finite (Computing » General) * Outrage Object Format (Computing » Software) …   Abbreviations dictionary

  • oof! — Inglish (Indian English) Dictionary Show distress or frustation (ugh) …   English dialects glossary

  • oof — n British a promiscuous or sexually willing female. One of a set of terms in use among male City traders, recorded by psychologist Belinda Brookes in the Independent on Sunday, 9 July 1995. Others included mum and dragon. The word may imitate a… …   Contemporary slang

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