from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- transitive & intransitive verb To vomit.
from The Century Dictionary.
- noun Same as
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- noun US, colloquial
- verb US, colloquial To
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- noun the matter ejected in vomiting
- verb eject the contents of the stomach through the mouth
from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
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We mixed it up in a meausureing cup (the hotdog had to be kind of mushed up first * barf, barf*) and poured it into a shot glass which we passed around and had to take a drink out of it.
Now my hot pocket is in barf form and all over the keyboard. freemachine
So when I step in barf, or someone pukes right on my face, like Curly Girl did the other night, I wind up thinking oh yuck but that’s usually pretty much overshadowed by how panicked and paranoid I feel afterwards.
Well, since it's Oprah country, I'd say it tastes like old fish marinated in barf.
Designed like a flashlight, this light saber (also dubbed a barf beamer and a puke saber) is intended to totally incapacitate its targets by emitting multiple light frequencies and colors that confuse the brain, resulting in symptoms ranging from discomfort and disorientation to temporary blindness and nausea.
To commemorate the mega-non-event, graphic designer Lydia Leith has created "sick bags" - yes, the bags that airline passengers in the U.S. commonly refer to as "barf bags."
There is a brand of soap and detergent produced in Iran that has "barf" as its label.
To go off on a linguistic tangent, in Farsi the word for snow is pronounced "barf".
That second to last picture is just 'barf' but I'm not sure why ...
The problem with the Free Republic is being a hyper-patriot and using "barf" as your reaction to everything.