Origin and Etymology of behoof
Middle English behof, from Old English behōf profit, need; akin to Old English hebban to raise — more at heave
First Known Use: before 12th century
Rhymes with behoof
aloof, bombproof, childproof, crushproof, disproof, fireproof, flameproof, foolproof, forehoof, germproof, greaseproof, heatproof, hip roof, leakproof, lightproof, moonroof, mothproof, pickproof, rainproof, reproof, rustproof, shadoof, shellproof, shockproof, skidproof, soundproof, stainproof, sunroof, Tartuffe, unroof, windproof, witloof
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