Sometimes used as an expression of appreciation for the human body, especially in the opposite gender from the woofer.

Unlikely Example: Look it's Shane MacGowan! Woof!

Woof (?), n. [OE. oof, AS. wef, web, aweb; on, an, on + wef, web, fr. wefan to weave. The initial w is due to the influence of E. weave. See On, Weave, and cf. Abb.]


The threads that cross the warp in a woven fabric; the weft; the filling; the thread usually carried by the shuttle in weaving.


Texture; cloth; as, a pall of softest woof.



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