duf

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AlbanianEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Proto-Albanian *dupsa, from Proto-Indo-European *dheu- 'blow, smoke; dark, gray, deep'. Compare Old English dofian ‎(rage), Dutch dof, Middle High German top ‎(senseless, brainless, crazy), Ancient Greek τῦφος ‎(tûphos, smoke, steam, dense smoke; wooziness, folly, silly pride), Latin suffio ‎(to fumigate), Old Norse dyja ‎(to shake).

NounEdit

duf m

  1. air blow, anger, impatience, rage
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AdjectiveEdit

duf ‎(comparative duffer, superlative dufst)

  1. unable to think clearly
  2. boring, uninteresting
  3. fusty, moldy

InflectionEdit

Inflection of duf
uninflected duf
inflected duffe
comparative duffer
positive comparative superlative
predicative/adverbial duf duffer het dufst
het dufste
indefinite m./f. sing. duffe duffere dufste
n. sing. duf duffer dufste
plural duffe duffere dufste
definite duffe duffere dufste
partitive dufs duffers

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