• or ’ve, chiefly in depictions of colloquial speech.


  • From Middle English of, from Old English of ("from, out of"), an unstressed form of af, æf, from Proto-Germanic *ab. off, which is the stressed descendant of the same Old English word. More at off.
  • A spelling of influenced by Etymology 1.

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