Definitions

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  • n. An emission of air from the vagina, especially when noisy.
  • n. A comtemptible person.
  • v. To produce an emission of air from the vagina.
  • v. To make the noise of (a thing) by means of queefs.

Etymologies

Origin uncertain, perhaps a variant form of quiff ("trick, ploy") or quiff ("woman; vulva"). Perhaps compare Scots queef. (Wiktionary)

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  • And they say there are no geniuses on Urban Dictionary. Jeff would win the gold in Fictional Definition at the Oddympics

    April 22, 2009

  • Oh, for the days when money came so easily.... ;->

    November 21, 2007

  • Yeah, sorry, but that's just dumb. Sometimes Urban Dictionary is fun, other times it feels like being trapped at a sleep over with a bunch of middle school boys (not my cup of tea, for the record).

    On a more serious note, are you guys familiar with Le Pétomane, the Victorian-era professional French farter?

    November 21, 2007

  • Yeah, that's ... umm... crap.

    November 21, 2007

  • Yeah right. I have a very hard time believing that. Who is this Jeff, so I may find him and threaten him?

    November 21, 2007

  • Perhaps not in printed dictionaries, but Urban Dictionary lists 171 definitions as of today.

    Including this:
    "Air expulsion from the vaginal area usually after sex. In the eighteenth century, it was common practice for small groups of well-to-do Southern women to each lift up their corsets and "queef" at their leisure on warm, summer afternoons. Typically performed on balconies or porches, these women would insert various large objects in their TOOTS and slowly pull them out to create the desired sound. These "porch parties" would provide hours of fun for the ladies while the men were away, and, from a practical standpoint, at times, enough air circulation as a respite from the brutal summer heat. Small wagers were often placed with the winner going to longest continuous queef, highest pitch, lowest pitch, smelliest, and wettest. There was also the queef sing-a-long; and a special prize was given to any women whose queef could attract wildlife." - by Jeff.

    November 20, 2007

  • it was two full hours of excruciating, prostate stabbing agony. It never ends. It just flaps around for hours like dead skin on the bottom of your foot. There's an actual queef buried in the middle of this mess: And it's the highlight of the entire film! Damn: I would've preferred 120 minutes of queefs to what I ultimately had to endure.

    http://www.pajiba.com/heartbreak-kid-the.htm

    October 7, 2007

  • I really don't think it comes up that often, and when it does, is it really polite to talk about?

    This one still hasn't made it into the dictionary.

    February 3, 2007

  • I can't say whether I really like this word, but there is definitely a need for it. It is most utilitarian.

    February 3, 2007