[keyf, kef] /keɪf, kɛf/
noun, (in the Middle East)
a state of drowsy contentment, especially from the use of a narcotic.
Also, keef. a substance, especially a smoking preparation of hemp leaves, used to produce this state.
a variant of kif
1808, from Arabic kaif “well-being, good-humor.” Specifically, state of dreaming intoxication produced by smoking cannabis; dolce far niente. In Morocco and Algeria, it was the name for Indian hemp.
(also keef or kief or kif) Marijuana, hashish, or opium
[1878+ Narcotics; fr Arabic, ”pleasure”]
Keflavik [Iceland] Airport
/ˌkɛfəˈləʊnɪə/ noun 1. another name for Cephalonia
[kee-faw-ver] /ˈki fɔ vər/ noun 1. Estes [es-tis] /ˈɛs tɪs/ (Show IPA), 1903–63, U.S. political leader: U.S. senator 1949–63.
[kuh-fee-uh] /kəˈfi ə/ noun 1. . [kuh-fee-uh] /kəˈfi ə/ noun 1. an Arab headdress for men; made from a diagonally folded square of cloth held in place by an agal wound around the head. /kɛˈfiːjə/ noun 1. a cotton headdress worn by Arabs /kæˈfiːjə/ noun 1. a variant of keffiyeh
[kuh-feer] /kəˈfɪər/ Middle Eastern Cookery. 1. a tart-tasting drink originally of the Caucasus, made from cow’s or sometimes goat’s milk to which the bacteria Streptococcus and Lactobacillus have been added.