gaff gaff  /ˈɡæf/


  1. (n) a sharp metal spike or spur that is fastened to the leg of a gamecock
  2. (n) a spar rising aft from a mast to support the head of a quadrilateral fore-and-aft sail
  3. (n) an iron hook with a handle; used for landing large fish


  1. Neither of them will have been able to stand the gaff.
  2. Stand the gaff take punishment in good spirit.
  3. Each time the gaff tore loose, and Big Daddy finally escaped when the line parted.


  1. Trademarks Their Specialty Underwear, The Ultimate Hiding Gaff®, a leader in the design and manufacturing of cross-dressing clothing for men, is proud to announce their recent trademark of their proprietary line of feminizing underwear, The Ultimate Hiding Gaff®. (PRWeb June 19, 2013) Read the full story at
    on June 19, 2013     Source: PRWeb

  2. City sues homeowner in attempt to force cleanup

    Neighbors describe Richard Gaff as a political man who doesn't like to conform. The city says Gaff's property is a mess - and the county wants back taxes paid in full.
    on June 18, 2013     Source: KVAL Eugene


  1. "Gaff had a great offseason and he's having a really good camp," Belichick said. "He's shown up and he's made plays out there every day."
    on Aug 2, 2007 By: Bill Belichick Source: Hartford Courant

  2. Gallagher said: "Lily Allen was on our stage. I haven't seen her in a while. I've known Lil' since she was a kid. Her old fella [Keith] used to bring her round to that Supernova Heights gaff of mine in the '90s. A good kid. Works hard, plays hard."
    on Jul 3, 2009 By: Noel Gallagher Source: Digital Spy

  3. Ridgewell said: "They won and drew against us last season. Maybe we owe them one at our gaff." "But they're a decent side. We have got to make sure we're on our game to make sure we don't lose, certainly."
    on Dec 15, 2008 By: Liam Ridgewell Source:

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