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A guy who is really sweet. He's always there for his friends when they need him, and for his best friends, he can see right through them. He knows when they're upset, and will stop to talk to them. A Steffan knows how to make someone smile, but at times, also needs someone to make him smile. A Steffan is caring and would never leave a friend, even if they betrayed him and were guilty about it.
Mary: "Did you see that boy over there?"

Jamie: "Yeah! He's such a Steffan!"
by kiryucrazy August 21, 2013
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Paper product used as a barrier against unwanted messes, such as the liner at the bottom of a bird cage.
Please put a New York Times under that before it gets all over the place.
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The boy's name Stephen \s-te-phen\ is pronounced STEE-ven, STEF-en. It is of Greek origin, and its meaning is "crown, garland". Variant of Stephanos. Biblical: Stephen was the first Christian martyr. Common until the late 18th century. Stefan is a German, Scandinavian, and Slavic form. Steffan and Steffon (STEH-fen) are Welsh forms. Actors Stephen Colins, Steve Martin, Steve McQueen, Steve Buscemi; songwriter Stephen Foster; physicist Stephen Hawking; author Stephen King; filmmaker Steven Spielberg; musician Stevie Wonder; computer entrepreneur Steven Jobs; film director Stephen Daldry
Steffan's ae super ougoing and very sexy.
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A vital, yet irrelevant item used most commonly in one's search for the Holy Grail. It is said to be the size of a grown man's torso, and the colour of your average caucasian person.

It was originally written into the script of 'Indiana Jones and The Last Crusade', but was then later taken out as Harrison Ford was jealous of how awesome the Steffan was.

Medieval English transcripts state that only 3 Steffans exist, with each representing one of the three differant states atoms can exist in. (Solid, liquid and gas)

Some 1980 "crazies" suggest there is a fourth Steffan existing somewhere, that represents the arguably, "iffy" atomic state, Plasma, like that of fire, which is neither gas, liquid or solid.

Both the liquid and gas Steffans are said to be somewhere in Europe, where the location of the "Solid" Steffan is unkown, but rumoured to be either in South-East Asia, or in the Laurentian Abyss, in the Atlantic ocean, the deepest place on the planet.

It is still uncertain how each of these Steffans aid in ones hunt for the Cup of Christ, but as stated in Greek scrolls from the 7th Century "The power of just one Steffan is, no doubt, enough to move mountains, or complete "HARD" rated Su Do Ku puzzles."

And translated from Ancient Jordanian hieroglyphs (50 AD) "To possess a Steffan would benefit us greatly in knowing the secrets of God. In a way, Steffan is God."
Professor Harry Jones: "Junior, without the Steffan, we can't physically get to the Grail!"

Indiana Jones: "Dad, its Indiana, my name is Indiana."
by Batman, pretty much. February 06, 2010
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1. The term for the tip of a rectum.
2. The term used for a boxer dog species.
Have you seen my steffan
by British Dog Foundation June 03, 2009
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A shit person at life and he is a mong. (And your mom gay)
Your a Steffan
by king only October 21, 2020
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