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Definition of wuffo

wuffo

  • an unknowledgeable observer who hangs around a hang gliding launching or landing area asking many questions.
    I almost mowed over three wuffos with my left wingtip on landing.
    Slang used by hangliders that wanna be skydivers.

    Last edited on Sep 11 2014. Submitted by Alec P. from Santa Clara, CA, USA on Mar 01 1999.

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