Definition from zikkir, the free dictionary
- Rhymes: -uːf
NounYoof (countable and uncountable; plural Yoofs)
- (British slang) Youth (young person, young people or the state of being young).
- (used as a modifier before a noun) Of or relating to youth or youths.
- (used as a modifier before a noun) Intended for youths.
- (young people): 1992 Slash'n'sideburn pop is what you get when Manc yoof grows up angry and facially bristling. — New Musical Express, London: Holborn Publishing Group
- (of or relating to youth or youths): 1992 As for the yoof question, yes, there was an attempt to inject a certain spring into Mr Punch's aged step. — Punch, London: Punch Publications Ltd
- (intended for youths): 1992 And London clubzine Chortler's Inc has featured a cartoon strip with a bumbling yoof TV presenter, again called Nobski. — The Face, London: Nick Logan