ETYM Old Eng. oof, AS. ôwef, ôweb, âweb; on, an, on + wef, web, from wefan to weave. The initial w is due to the influence of Eng. weave. Related to On, Weave, Abb.
The thread woven across the warp yarn in weaving; SYN. weft, filling, pick.
Threads crossing warp in weaving; weft.
1. To make the low gruff sound typically produced by a dog
2. To express oneself in a usually stylized boastful or aggressive manner