naff in French
adj. démodé, de mauvais goût, qui manque de style; sans valeur, inutile, pas pratique
n. type de volaille de mer avec des touffes de plumes
Do you think they're naff, too?
You see something you think is funny, ridiculous, pompous, naff, whatever, you...
A few months later, I returned to Washington to visit the Naff Collection again.
Housed at the Smithsonian's National Museum of American History in Washington, the collection was donated to the museum by Alixa Naff in 1984 to honor her parents and their generation of immigrants.
I wish today would just naff the naff off.
I was worried when I saw the... VHS again that it would look ridiculous and old-fashioned and quite naff.
It was demonised by Daily Mail readers getting drunk in naff wine bars,
Naff, the author of Becoming American: The Early Arab Immigrant Experience, gave me a detailed and enthusiastic tour of the archives, housing personal photos, souvenirs, and artifacts donated to the collection.
Well, you won't want today to naff off when I tell you I've got some good news.