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woofter

(ˈwʊftə; ˈwuːftə) or

wooftah

n
slang offensive a male homosexual
[C20: altered from poofter]
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woofter

wooftah [ˈwʊftə] N (Brit) (pej) → marica m
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woofter

, wooftah
n (Brit sl) → Warme(r) m (dated inf), → Schwule(r) m (inf)
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