Definition of kif in English:

kif

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Pronunciation: /kɪf
 
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(also kef)

noun

[mass noun]
A substance, especially cannabis, smoked to produce a drowsy state.
More example sentences
  • And in recent times, the medical applications of this venerable herb known severally as grass, weed, pot, cannabis, dope, jay, skunk, kif, or ganja have been documented by reputable professionals.
  • In the Rif Mountains, large quantities of marijuana, called kif, are grown for profit.
  • Many Middle Eastern and Northern African cultures have used cannabis for sexual purposes in a potent form known as kif as recently as the early 20th Century.

adjective

South African informal Back to top  
Very good (used as a general term of approval): that T-shirt’s kif
More example sentences
  • I’m 80% sure I’m going. Depends on the weather, but the band lineup looks kif!
  • Hey there!! Was really kif meeting you on Friday!!

Origin

early 19th century: from Arabic kayf 'enjoyment, well-being'.

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