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1woof

noun \ˈwf, ˈwüf\

Definition of WOOF

1
a :  weft 1a
b :  woven fabric; also :  the texture of such a fabric
2
:  a basic or essential element or material
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Origin of WOOF

alteration of Middle English oof, from Old English ōwef, from ō- (from on) + wefan to weave — more at weave
First Known Use: before 12th century

Rhymes with WOOF

2woof

verb \ˈwf\

Definition of WOOF

intransitive verb
1
:  to make the low gruff sound typically produced by a dog
2
:  to express oneself in a usually stylized boastful or aggressive manner

Origin of WOOF

imitative
First Known Use: 1804

3woof

noun

Definition of WOOF

1
:  a low gruff sound typically produced by a dog
2
:  a low note emitted by sound reproducing equipment

First Known Use of WOOF

1839
WOOF Defined for Kids

1woof

noun \ˈwf\

Definition of WOOF for Kids

:  a deep harsh sound made by a dog

2woof

verb
woofedwoof·ing

Definition of WOOF for Kids

:  to make the deep harsh sound of a dog

3woof

noun \ˈwf, ˈwüf\

Definition of WOOF for Kids

1
:  the threads that cross the warp in weaving a fabric
2
:  a woven fabric or its texture

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