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skyf, verb

Origin:
From skyf noun.
a. transitive. To smoke (a cigarette or reefer).
1971 Cape Times 3 July (Mag. Sect.) 4Boon makes us a lekker zol of B.B. tobacco..and we skuif it down to a slimy half-inch butt.
b. intransitive. To smoke.
1977 D. Muller Whitey 16The shaven heads were thrust forward. ‘Skyf,’ they said, ‘Smoke!’
1991 G. De Beer Informant, Port Nolloth (N. Cape)You skyf too much.
To smoke (a cigarette or reefer).
To smoke.

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