draff

draff

[draf]
noun
dregs, as in a brewing process; lees; refuse.

Origin:
1175–1225; Middle English draf; cognate with Icelandic, Dutch draf; akin to Dutch drab (see drab2), German Treber draff

draffy, adjective
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draff (dræf)
 
n
the residue of husks after fermentation of the grain used in brewing, used as a food for cattle
 
[C13: from Old Norse draf; related to Old High German trebir, Russian drob fragment; see drivel]
 
'draffy
 
adj

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