- • "go away"• • e.g.. "Why don't you naff off". Can be used as a mild form of "fuck off".• • a milder version off fuck off. Popularised by the UK comedy serial 'Porridge'.
Londonisms dictionary. 2014.
Look at other dictionaries:
naff off — An offensive injunction to go away • • • Main Entry: ↑naff * * * ˌnaff ˈoff [intransitive] usually in imperative british informal phrasal verb used for telling someone rudely to go away … Useful english dictionary
naff off — vb British to leave, go away. The expression is usu ally in the form of a dismissive exclama tion or instruction synonymous with fuck off. First used in the TV series Porridge in the mid 1970s, the phrase was given great prominence in 1982 when… … Contemporary slang
naff off (!) — Exclam. Get lost! Leave me alone! A euphemism for fuck off! . 1950s Verb. Go away. E.g. Will you naff off and leave me to get on with my work. 1950s … English slang and colloquialisms
naff off — go away OED says that naff is a a euphemistic substitution for fuck , which is more likely than Partridge s suggestion that it is back slang for fan, a shortened form of fanny. The origin of the slang meaning, dated or unfashionable, is… … How not to say what you mean: A dictionary of euphemisms
naff off — go away. → naff … English new terms dictionary
naff off — verb A mild version of fuck off … Wiktionary
Naff off — go away … Dictionary of Australian slang
naff off — I Australian Slang go away II Kiwi (New Zealand Slang) get lost! … English dialects glossary
naff off — get lost! … Kiwi (New Zealand slang)
naff off — interj. (British Slang) go away! … English contemporary dictionary