Definition of oaf in English:

oaf

Syllabification: oaf

noun

Origin

early 17th century: variant of obsolete auf, from Old Norse álfr 'elf'. The original meaning was 'elf's child, changeling', later 'idiot child' and 'halfwit', generalized in the current sense.

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