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Definition of Oafish

adjective Like an oaf; simple.

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[Old Norse alfr, elf, silly person; see albho- in Indo-European roots.] oaf ish adj. oaf ishВ·ly adv. oaf ishВ·ness n. ThesaurusLegend: Synonyms Related Words - Cached - Similar

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not having or showing an ability to absorb ideas readily <far from being oafish, the professional wrestler was in fact a college graduate>. Synonyms airheaded - Cached

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a stupid or loutish person. [C17: variant of Old English жlf elf ]. 'oafish. —adj ... 1610 (implied in oafish), also auf (1621), "a changeling; a foolish child left by the - Cached - Similar

Urban Dictionary: oafish

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oafish - Wiktionary

[edit] English. [edit] Etymology. oaf + -ish. [edit] Adjective. oafish (comparative more oafish, superlative most oafish). characteristic of, or resembling an oaf; stupid - Cached - Similar

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Principal Translations/Traduzioni principali. oafish, (stupid), zotico adj. Additional Translations. oafish, (uncouth), analfabeta adj. oafish, (brutish), brutale adj - Cached

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oaf - Online Etymology Dictionary

1610s (implied in oafish), also auf (1620s), "a changeling; a foolish child left by the fairies" [Johnson], from a Scandinavian source, cf. Norw. alfr "silly person," in - Cached - Similar