Used by idiots who can't articulate correctly in place of the word "have".
Cross-reference: Often used in the same sentence as "your
" when what they really mean to say is "you're".
In frequent use in England.
I should of asked for her number.
Those movie tickets cost more than they should of.
It's raining. Your going to be sorry. You should of brought an umbrella.
ODD FUTURE this is short for OFWGKTA Tyler, The Creator's group
OF all day... GOLF WANG!
I came up with this in the late 70's. An O.F. is an occasional fuck. Someone you have no real interest in because every time they opened their mouth nothing but stupid came out. But they were gorgeous, good in bed, but absolutely not to be seen in public with.
Please do not tell me that I saw you with him at the Elbow Room last night. I know that you were snot slinging drunk, but he's your fucking O.F. for Christ's sake!
OF! Not that again. Shit, man!
That man is an O.F. switching hard as hell.
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Etymology: Middle English, off, of, from Old English, adverb & preposition; akin to Old High German aba off, away, Latin ab from, away, Greek apo
Date: before 12th century
1 -- used as a function word to indicate a point of reckoning <north of the lake>
2 a -- used as a function word to indicate origin or derivation <a man of noble birth> b -- used as a function word to indicate the cause, motive, or reason <died of flu> c : BY <plays of Shakespeare> d : on the part of <very kind of you>
3 -- used as a function word to indicate the component material, parts, or elements or the contents <throne of gold> <cup of water>
4 a -- used as a function word to indicate the whole that includes the part denoted by the preceding word <most of the army> b -- used as a function word to indicate a whole or quantity from which a part is removed or expended <gave of his time>
5 a : relating to : ABOUT <stories of her travels> b : in respect to <slow of speech>
6 a -- used as a function word to indicate belonging or a possessive relationship <king of England> b -- used as a function word to indicate relationship between a result determined by a function or operation and a basic entity (as an independent variable) <a function of x> <the product of two numbers>
7 -- used as a function word to indicate something from which a person or thing is delivered <eased of her pain> or with respect to which someone or something is made destitute <robbed of all their belongi...