by Scott R May 16, 2006
"OOFT!, He was BRAWWWW!"
by Och-Aye April 21, 2008
by Jennaywerlangg December 15, 2010
A word whose contemporary defintion began in the north shore of Sydney. Ooft is used to describe a literal or metaphorical "hit below the belt" as well as a great deal of shock or surprise. Ooft can be a reply to a harsh insult. It is often used upon seeing an attractive person, as it is a hit below the belt to realise one's inferiority to said person.
by Caldoggiez May 31, 2014
That weird barking a dog does when it doesn't quite let a full bark go, but makes a kind of woof. Sounds like they are saying "Ooft".
by F, MRA October 31, 2007
The emotion experienced on falling asleep, when you are very tired but knowing that you don't have to rise early the next morning; a combination of relaxation, joy, and dizziness.
"Ahhh...I am feeling ooft, now...". The sentence is rarely finished, as ooft commonly ends in sleep.
by Tjjl January 15, 2011