verb gof·fer \also ˈgō-\

Definition of GOFFER

transitive verb
:  to crimp, plait, or flute (as linen or lace) especially with a heated iron
goffer noun

Variants of GOFFER

gof·fer or gauf·fer \also ˈgō-\

Origin of GOFFER

French gaufrer, from gaufre honeycomb, waffle, from Old French, of Germanic origin; akin to Middle Dutch wafel waffle
First Known Use: 1706

Rhymes with GOFFER


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