Snarf Definition

snärf
snarfs
verb
To eat or ingest very quickly.
Webster's New World

(slang) To take something by dubious means, but without the connotations of stealing; to take something without regard to etiquette.

I snarfed a bunch of freebies from the vendor's booth when he wasn't looking.
Wiktionary
(slang) To expel fluid or food through the mouth or nostrils accidentally, usually while attempting to stifle laughter with one's mouth full.
It was so funny, I snarfed my milk onto my keyboard.
Wiktionary

(slang, computing) To slurp (computing slang sense); to load in entirety; to copy as a whole.

I snarfed the whole database into my program.
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Origin of Snarf

  • Probably sn(ort) (sc)arf

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • Blend of snort and scarf?

    From Wiktionary

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