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Definition of wuffo

wuffo

adverb

  • Short for "what for" or "why" (from the "Li'l Abner" comic strip (1934 - 1977); popularly used in the 1950s and 1960s. Ex.: "Wuffo you want to hit me with that club?"

    Last edited on Sep 15 2017. Submitted by Anonymous on Sep 15 2017.

noun

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

    Last edited on Mar 07 2018. Submitted by Alec P. from Santa Clara, CA, USA on Mar 01 1999.

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