In old Scots the word "coff" meant to buy, purchase, or barter (Scottish Dictionary by John Jamieson 1840)
Coff is still used in some parts of the North East of Scotland most predominantly in Dingwall and Muir-of-Ord (The Muir) usually following "gudgie" (a short stout fellow J. Jamieson, 1840) but today refers to any type of man "gudgie-coff" or just "coff"
The historical use of gudgie-coff may have referred to a fatman who was buying or purchasing something in the market towns of Dingwall and Muir of Ord but this is unproven. Nevertheless, there are certainly plenty fatmen purchasing things still today in Dingwall at the local Tesco.
"What like the day coff?"
"Not much mun"
by muirman February 20, 2014
A sly way to tell someone, fuck off. Normally used by pupils towards their teachers, or by any one towards a person of authority. Sometime followed by a pretend cough (the more sarcastic the better).
Teacher : Ben, i know you've just arrived in class but are you messing about already.
Pupil : coff.
by David B, Spud September 29, 2005
Lazy/discrete/suttle way of saying FUCKOFF
The repulsive excuse for a human who is speaking to you does not even deserve to be insulted in a way that utilizes your full energy. Simply coff them. You may also cough them aswell cough cough.
-Boss: "Braden why don't you do some work and clean the store for once"
Braden: "Coff old man Rivers"

-Ben wanted to come to Nick's penthouse suite tonight, although upon not bringing the bad bitches Nick simply told him to "coff".

-"Do you have any change?" COUGH COUGH
by champagneNEEK July 11, 2014
"Student coffe"

- slang for canabise used when you don't want your mom to know you are going to smoke some weed with your stoned friends
" Ay John do you want to go with me and drink some coffe?"
by Imhighafrn September 7, 2019
gudgie coff or gadgie coff is a highland term for a person believe it or not, commonly heard in dingwall. The dingwall peoples aren't that bright, mostly inbred as well so have made up their own launaguage. To speak it right - hold your nose, fill your mouth full of marbles and speak from the back of your throat.
john: what like mun, whats the crack the day, going on the shot the night coff, here coff, who's that gadgie coff over there mun , never seen him before like ?

peter: auch no bad mun like, aye thats eh, eh, thats that gudgie coff, whats him name again like, eh, eh, aye thats gugdie from alness like mun. better be off now mun see-ya later like mun.
by jonathan maclennan June 3, 2006