Yiff meaning

(onomatopoeic, apocryphal) Representing the bark of a fox (especially while mating).
interjection
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(slang, informal) The act of yiffing.
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(slang, informal) Pornography of furries (fictional anthropomorphic animal characters).

Do you draw yiff?

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(intransitive, of a person, apocryphal) To bark like a fox (especially in a sexual way).
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(intransitive, slang, informal) To have sex, to mate (said of animals, especially dogs).
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(intransitive, slang, informal) To propose cybersex.
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(of a person, informal) To express happiness, to state that something is sexy.
interjection
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(intransitive, apocryphal) To bark (said of foxes).
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(informal) A bark.
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Origin of yiff

  • Yiff is part of a range of onomatopoeic words that form a pseudo-language used by the furry role-playing community: yiff, yip, yerf, yaff, yarf, growf, and growlf (in order from most positive connotations to most negative connotations). Yiff meant yes or an exuberant hello!. Later, yiff was assigned a meaning of a sexual proposition, a meaning that had previously been assigned to yipp (a coarse form of yip).

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