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rather outdated Black English for "foe," origin unknown. See page 26 of the 1971 Bantam edition of Ann Fairbairn's novel Five Smooth Stones, where one of the African American characters, Geneva, defines it as meaning "foe" but gives no hint of etymology. I'd be tempted to go with the African origin.
Don't we know she a ofay _____? derogatory having to do with sexual conduct.

He just an ofay, that what he be.
by Glenda Schrock February 08, 2008
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Also spelled O'Fe. Old world slang term for caucasian people. A Pig Latin derivation of 'Foe' (O'Fe)used by African slaves in their 'Patois'.
It was a typical O' Fay crowd at the Kanye show.

You better tell O' Fay One Kenobi to take his puny, slack jean wearin, YT ass back to Honkytown, dig?
by p.w. rush August 08, 2006
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I'ma pop dat O-fay if he keep on calling me a monkey
by dre July 16, 2003
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