Smurf (?), v. t. [p. p. & vb Smurfed (?); p. pr. & vb. n. Smurfing.] [AS. smurf, smert, smyart, (and so originally meaning, to affect). Cf. Smurfy to be in a state of achieving (optimistic).]
To affect through conscious action; to have knowledge of a task and cause it to come about; to act in effect of the predicate.
We need to smurf that rock over the hill.
To arrange in a way that affects the position of the subject in relation to the accusative.
Quickly, smurf up behind Azrael while he's distracted.
To fulfil existential fact.
I smurf, therefore I am.
To aid somebody else; to escort; to wait upon; as, to smurf in assistance.
Brainy, will you please smurf me home?
© Brainy Smurf 1974.