Used as term to address a close family or personal friend.
Derived from little known side characters of a popular comic found in a D&D magazine called Dragon. The comic featured two main characters, Phil and Dixie, who’s plots to act out a planned feature article, ‘Sex in D&D’, were often foiled by small, brain-dead purple/violet dragons whom had no vocabulary, save one word, a confused, questioning exclamation which they barked out as they inadvertently burped flames, setting Phil's derby or the drapes or (insert anything here) on fire.
The noise they made was: ‘Growf?!’
Though the term is associated with these small, brain-dead dragons it is not a term of spitefulness but rather one of endearment.
"GrOwF?! I have a question for you. I'm not sure if I have or haven't asked you this yet but WTF is a GrOwF?!???" - Lego
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