Floof (derived from "fluff") is an adjective used to describe a ridiculously fluffy object or an animal (usually a long-haired cat or an equally hairy dog).

It can also be used as a verb to "floof" someone, but this only applies to the furry fandom in which one furry uses his/her fur (in the case of a long-haired furry, again a canine or feline) to overwhelm his/her friend with fluffy fur.

It can also be used as a cute non-malicious scolding or a cheering word.

Alternate spellings: Floofzorz, fl00f, fl00fz0rz.
ad. My cat Jimmy is floofy.

v. I wanna floof you/I floofed Vincent yesterday.

In context of calling someone, "Oh you floof. ^^" or "It's to the far left you floof!".
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Hair that is very fluffy to the extent of being fluffier than the fluffiest cloud you've ever seen.
Eli's hair has maxed out on the floof bar.
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The glorious hair style worn by Martin L. Gore in the 1980's.
Man, Martin's Floof is looking damn fine tonight.
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(noun form) 1. Something soft and fluffy to the touch
2. Anything adorable, loveable, or darling that inspires mushy feelings in someone.

(verb form) 1. To feel and/or express the mushy feelings inspired by something adorable, loveable, or darling.
(Noun form)
1. "The little chick's soft feathers were floofy and yellow."
2. "I saw them kissing yesterday- it was the best floof I've seen all week."

(Verb form)
1(a). "She's so cute when she talks like that! I'm floofing all over!"
1(b). "Something really romantic happened today- I'll floof about it to you later."
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The purest of the pure form of fluff
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When a cat lays in a relaxed fashion on it's back and looks fluffy.
Shanna the Ragdoll Cat was floofing on the floor all morning.
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