In ancient methology, hafsa was used to describe one as a genius. Now it is rarely used, however, in some popular ancient pieces it can be found. The part of a hafsa also has to be pretty intellectual and also carry good looks.
Everything went wrong. There was no one to help. Then Julius Ceasar knew of one person he thought could save the day. Her name was Hafsa. She was smart, she was cunning, she was HAFWOMAN!
by Tek123 July 27, 2007
The word hafsa is used to describe 'awesomeness,sexiness and hotness'. this is an arabic word which usually is for females which are tall and beautiful! it is also used for a caring, loving and a very helpful person.
woaw! Hafsa is so beautiful
by truestory12345 July 19, 2013

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