the Spanish name for new sol
[nuhf] /nʌf/ noun, Informal. 1. . 1840, American English, representing a casual or colloquial pronunciation of enough.
/ˈnʌfiːld/ noun 1. William Richard Morris, 1st Viscount Nuffield. 1877–1963, English motorcar manufacturer and philanthropist. He endowed Nuffield College at Oxford (1937) and the Nuffield Foundation (1943), a charitable trust for the furtherance of medicine and education
- Nuffield teaching project
/ˈnʌfiːld/ noun 1. (in Britain) a complete school programme in mathematics, science, languages, etc, with suggested complementary theory and practical work
- Nuff said
sentence Enough has been said; that closes the topic: I will not go, never. Nuff said (1841+)