A soft cover of cylindrical form, usually of fur, worn by women to shield the hands from cold.
A short hollow cylinder surrounding an object, as a pipe.
A blown cylinder of glass which is afterward flattened out to make a sheet.
A stupid fellow; a poor-spirited person.
A failure to hold a ball when once in the hands.
|Muff (v. t.)|
To handle awkwardly; to fumble; to fail to hold, as a ball, in catching it.
Village in County Donegal, Ireland
1914 film by Norval MacGregor
Bollix Up, Ball Up, Mess U, Fumble, Blow, Louse Up, Bumble, Muck Up, Bollocks, Mishandle, Screw Up, Bollocks Up, Bodge, Foul Up, Spoil, Botch, Bobble, Fluff, Bungle, Flub, Botch Up, Bollix
|MUFF (Acronym / Abbreviation)|
Maximum Usable Frequency Factor
Bluff, Bruff, Buff, Cluff, Cuff, Cuffe, Duff, Fluff, Gruff, Guff, Hough, Huff, Luff, Muff, Pluff, Puff, Rough, Ruf, Ruff, Schuff, Scuff, Shuff, Slough, Snuff, Stough, Stuff, Tough, Tuff
Acuff, Enough, Leboeuf, Lebouef, Macduff, Mcduff, Mcgeough, Mcgough, Rebuff
|Muff (Last Name / Surname)|
Muff is the #22,838 most common last name / surname from the 2010 United States Census. The census reported that 1,121 people had that surname.
|Muff (Sexual Terminology)|
Vulva Or Vagina
Muff in Spanish is Manguito