noun, plural quiff, quiffs. Slang.
a woman, especially one who is promiscuous.
a lock or curl of hair brought forward over the forehead.
(Brit) a prominent tuft of hair, esp one brushed up above the forehead
“curl or lock of hair over the forehead,” 1890, originally a style among soldiers, of unknown origin. Perhaps connected with quiff “a puff or whiff of tobacco smoke” (1831, originally Southern U.S.), held to be a variant of whiff (n.).
A prostitute or promiscuous woman; roundheel: because some quiff is going to give you head
[1923+; origin obscure; probably related to the sense ”copulate,” found by 1719]
Simulation language derived from SIMSCRIPT, based on 20-GATE. [“Quikscript – A Simpscript-like Language for the G-20”, F.M. Tonge et al, CACM 8(6):350-354 (June 1965)].
Fortran-like, interactive with debugging facilities. Sammet 1969, p.226.
[kwil] /kwɪl/ noun 1. one of the large feathers of the wing or tail of a bird. 2. the hard, hollow, basal part of a feather. 3. a feather, as of a goose, formed into a pen for writing. 4. one of the hollow spines on a porcupine or hedgehog. 5. a plectrum of a […]
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