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Yiff vs Yiffed - What's the difference?

yiff | yiffed |

As verbs the difference between yiff and yiffed

is that yiff is to bark (said of foxes) while yiffed is past tense of yiff.

As an interjection yiff

is representing the bark of a fox (especially while mating).

As a noun yiff

is a bark.

As an acronym YIFF

is young, independent, freedom-minded few (compare yuppie.




(en interjection)
  • (onomatopoeic, apocryphal) Representing the bark of a fox (especially while mating).
  • (of a person, informal) To express happiness, to state that something is sexy.
  • Noun

  • (informal) A bark.
  • (slang, informal) The act of yiffing.
  • * '>citation
  • Of course the inverse is possible with all these possibilities, and you can be having a yiff with a partner in the room with you and be having a pleasant non-sexual conversation with another remote player through a page-conversation.
  • (slang, informal) Pornography of furries (fictional anthropomorphic animal characters).
  • Do you draw yiff ?


    (en verb)
  • (apocryphal) To bark (said of foxes).
  • (intransitive, of a person, apocryphal) To bark like a fox (especially in a sexual way).
  • (transitive, and, intransitive, slang, informal) To have sex, to mate (said of animals, especially foxes).
  • * '>citation
  • Monsters snicker at me, succubi refuse to be seen with me, my dog tries to yiff my leg, shopkeepers say ‘No shirt, no shoes, no service’.
  • * '>citation
  • And even if foxes are allowed to yiff more than once, I’d still have to wait for the vixen to come into heat.
  • * '>citation
  • Well, i’ve witnessed male foxes queueing up to yiff one of my local vixens… repeatedly!
  • (transitive, and, intransitive, slang, informal) To propose cybersex.
  • Derived terms

    * yiffy * yiffer * yiffable


    * "Yiff", A Furry Glossary * Definition of "yiff", Furtopia * LittleFox’s own explanation of the etymology of "Yiff", Everything2 , accessed on 2005-03-30 (bottom of page)


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  • (yiff)
  • quotations
  • :* "HE YIFFED ME IN THE MURR HOLE!!!!" — [http://groups-beta.google.com/group/alt.lifestyle.furry/msg/745a4023c3632640]
  • :* "Spam filtered AND slammed. Vixens yiffed ." — [http://groups-beta.google.com/group/news.admin.net-abuse.usenet/msg/7665be77a0de8553]