Contrary to popular believe, the word muff is not associated with hair at all. Instead, the word "muff" is an inoffensive, slang word for a vagina. Muffs can range from dainty and tight to floppy and roast beef colored. Some muffs smell fishy or sweaty, and others smell like skin or roses. Some muffs are hairy, others are bare, and some have razor burn or ingrown hairs. Females (and transexuals) of all ages have muffs. There are baby muffs and grandma muffs. Most muffs have a week of bleeding, unless the owner is on some sort of contraceptive (see: Depovera, Seasonal). It is also the root word for Muffdiver, Muffed, and Muffdoctor.
Jan decided to go on birth control because the muffdoctor said that it would prevent pregnancy, cramping, and that weird smell coming from her muff.
by Muffowner April 15, 2006
A 'muff' in more innocent days was: a small cylindrical fur cover that one rests their hands between for warmth. It is used in Charlote Bronte's 'JANE EYRE,' I just couldn't stop laughing when I read this...
"Gathering my mantle about me, and sheltering my hands in my muff, I did not feel the cold." Middle of chapter 12.
by Jonoboi August 07, 2006
Short for muffaletta (or muffuletta), the sandwich invented at New Orleans's Central Grocery in the early 20th century. The sandwich, which is rooted in Sicilian cuisine, comprises several different Italian meats-- typically hard salami, mortadella and capicola-- as well as provolone cheese on a crusty, round, sesame seed-encrusted Italian loaf, but the defining characteristic is its rich olive salad, considered a delicacy in New Orleans and beyond.
by jotis December 20, 2005
by Justin Cognito January 04, 2006
by Azin March 21, 2006
vagina, not pubs or dirty vagina, just vagina, how else do you muff dive, you need to enter the vagina with your tongue like a scuba dude or snorkeler,
by the taint October 28, 2006