Raff



[raf] /ræf/

noun
1.
riffraff; rabble.
[rahf] /rɑf/
noun
1.
Joseph Joachim, 1822–82, Swiss composer.
/ræf/
noun (archaic or dialect)
1.
rubbish; refuse
2.
rabble or riffraff

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