There are 2 definitions of offa in English:


Syllabification: of·fa


Off of; off from: get offa your horse!
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  • Carrie, I want you to try and hit a ball offa Alex.
  • No, you can say hi, but keep your grimy hands offa her!
  • Looks like he wants to tear my head offa my shoulders.

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Pronunciation: ˈdɪs(ə)nənt
lacking harmony

There are 2 definitions of offa in English:


Syllabification: Of·fa
Pronunciation: /ˈôfə, ˈäfə
( Died 796), king of Mercia 757–796. He organized the construction of Offa’s Dyke, a series of earthworks marking the traditional boundary between England and Wales.

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