EnglishEdit

Etymology 1Edit

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

NounEdit

loff (plural loffs)

  1. Alternative form of lofe

Etymology 2Edit

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

VerbEdit

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

  1. Alternative form of lofe

AnagramsEdit


Middle EnglishEdit

NounEdit

loff

  1. Alternative form of lof (loaf)

Norwegian NynorskEdit

EtymologyEdit

Borrowed from English loaf, from Old English hlāf, from Proto-Germanic *hlaibaz. Doublet of leiv.

NounEdit

loff m (definite singular loffen, indefinite plural loffar, definite plural loffane)

  1. a (loaf of) white bread

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