, -·fied·, -·fy·ing
Informal, Dial. to argue, esp. about something petty or merely for the sake of arguing; wrangle
Origin of argufy; from argue + -fy
verbar·gu·fied, ar·gu·fy·ing, ar·gu·fies Chiefly Southern US
To dispute (a point).
To argue aimlessly.
(third-person singular simple present argufies, present participle argufying, simple past and past participle argufied)
argue + -fy