those little cardboard thingies they put around your cup of coffee at starbucks. they call it a cup-sleeve, but it actually is called a zarf.
by zephyr November 27, 2003
by clubwilliams August 05, 2009
by donth October 26, 2003
To zarf something means to misrepresent or misunderstand something in a huge, embarrassing way. It's a neologism created by writer/performer M. C. Brennan, in affectionate reference to the character of Zarf on "All My Children". The antonym of grok.
by Adam MacLeish January 24, 2007
(noun) lovable, multilingual nerd with great potential once he overcomes his shyness; and one who does not know what is coming to him during the Ides of March
Under Zarf's intimidating shell of knowledge and lingual capabilities is a soft and caring boy that we all love.
by GriLLedCheeZe January 29, 2005
by chickenfried September 09, 2012
Zarf is a term for an authorized hacking assault on a computer system, for purposes of testing the sytem defences. The useage is military and government. The term zarf was recently declassified, but not defined, by the American military.
by Roy Thomas September 21, 2005