guffie noun a boorish, unfeeling, cruel person; a rude, undesirable person: The gaffer wis anither big rough-deeking gadgie and I thought tae masel that this wis gan tae be anither guffie - but he wis a fine, cheerful man. [The boss was another big rough-looking man and I thought to myself that this was going to be another guffie…]19-. etymology: Scots from early Middle English goffe; attested by SR and BW
guffy, guffie
1 a name for a pig 20-.
2 the flesh of a pig; pork, bacon la19-.
guffie faced adjective having a fat flabby face 20-.
verb to stare at a person to the point of offensiveness 20-. Compare grumfie etymology: Scots; onomatpoeic; compare Norwegian dialect goffa ‘grunt’, guffa ‘yelp’; sense 2 attested by Galloway Tinkler-Gypsies; sense 1 attested by SR, JS; sense 3 attested by JS