a beautiful county in eastern England, below the incest ridden disease fest that is Norfolk and above the chav ridden region of Essex
person 1: Where are you from?
person 2: Suffolk
person 1: nice. I'm from Essex
person 2: lol fail
person 1: shu' up!!
by Batt_Hatt February 25, 2011
The eastern county on Long Island; The Suburbs of New York City. Nassau county is immediate suburbs, Western Suffolk is suburbs, anything east of Brookhaven town is country.
The only people who call suffolk and nassau counties "STONG ISLAND" are people who don't live in Metro New York.
by NyGuyLI September 21, 2004
It is a county on Long Island in Southeastern,NY.

It is economically and geographically diverse. Ethnically, it is predominantly White but strictly segregated. There are plenty of segregated areas.
There are at least five areas which have a significant minority areas. These areas are also home to mainly working-class or poor people.These areas are Brentwood, Central Islip, Huntington Station, Wyandanch and North Bay Shore. Any White person who lives in these areas is deemed "inferior".
There are like more than twenty towns which are home to mainly middle-class to upper-middle class Whites. To name a few, there are Dix Hills, Brightwaters, Melville, North Huntington, Bay Shore, East Islip, West Islip and Oakdale.
Culturally, there is a difference between the lifestyles of those who live in Western Suffolk than in Eastern Suffolk. Western Suffolk is pre-dominantly suburban while Eastern Suffolk is more rural or agrigcultural. Both Western and Eastern sections have some form of a fishing industry. There also is an extensive tourist industry.
Kid from Brentwood: Hi yo ho
Kid from West Islip: What ?
by A. May 8, 2005
suffolk, U.K

rural area in the lower east side of england. home to gay sheep and retaining an endless capacity for boredom. borders on essex : )
that maths lesson was like cotchin in suffolk dude
by alimae October 21, 2004
Suffolk County is the easternmost County on Long Island. Not a bad place to live, I reside in Western Suffolk county. Suffolk County is NOT upstate NY as BrokelynGuy reffers to it as.
Suffolk County has class, while Brokelyn is STILL a cesspool...
by LongIs September 4, 2004
a city in south eastern va that isn't what it seems. you expect rednecks, but find that there a plenty of ghetto sections in the downtown area. But don't get me wrong, get away from downtown and there's plenty of country-ness.

if you go to north suffolk, which i call fake suffolk as it borders portsmouth closely and is a good distance away from downtown suffolk, you will find ritzy areas and brand new shopping complexes and healthcare facilities.

about 30-45 minutes from the virginia beach oceanfront, still not so far out there that you can't go to a bigger city and have a good time.
"let's ride out to suffolk and chill in the country. i hear there's gonna be a bon fire"
by Laura83 July 31, 2008
Suffolk, Virginia. Located in Hampton Roads (AKA the Seven Cities). The biggest city in Virginia by square miles, but if you don't know what you're looking for, you won't find anything. Plenty of things to see, especially in the country areas. The downtown ghettos are home to some of the best niche stores, such as tailors, furniture repair, and the greatest place to buy fried chicken, Feather and Fin.

25% suburbs, 35% ghetto, 40% wide open country areas.

Pronounced "su-fik", "sufk", "su-fuk" or "suf-ik", but NEVER "suf-folk". This pronunciation is how the locals identify non-locals. The same applies for Norfolk ("nah-fik", "nor-fuk", but never "nor-folk"), Chesapeake ("chess-peak", never "chess-a-peak), Portsmouth ("ports-mit", never "Ports-mouth"), and sometimes Southampton (sout-ampton, never "South-Hampton).

North Suffolk, also known as "Nice Suffolk" or "Fake Suffolk" have nice apartments, clean stores, clean areas, and a movie theatre we peons go to on the weekends. If you live in North Suffolk, congratulations, you're not full Suffolkian (not like that's much to brag about.)

Accents here are primarily southern, but kids raised from birth in the Hampton Roads areas are generally fast, low talkers who don't have any dynamic in their speech. The word "dynamic" would be pronounced "dhi-namik".

Suffolk doesn't have much of a niche other than peaceful (yet boring) living, but it's the middle of Hampton Roads and the rest of the 7 Cities are only a drive away.
Living in Suffolk is a nice and easy life. If we ever want any action, we'll go to Norfolk, if we want entertainment, Chesapeake isn't far away, and if we want a view, the Beach is the place.
by ToneJoshTone January 18, 2019