Caffa may refer to:
- Caffa (town), former name of Crimean town of Feodosiya
- Caffa (person), alternative spelling of name of 17th century Maltese sculptor, Melchiorre Cafà
Usage examples of "caffa".
Babryan rose from her chair and raised her hand to threaten a slap, but the door opened and Lady Caffa swept into the room.
Although she was growing stout, Caffa was still a beautiful woman with thick blonde hair and eyes of the deepest violet.
To the children of this love-match, the gwerbret and his wife had always been kind, very very kind, as Caffa was now, smiling as she studied Sevinna like a bit of cloth on which she planned to embroider.
Lady Caffa turned away, Babryan rolled her eyes heavenward, and all three girls broke out giggling.
What does matter is I overheard Caffa talking to Babryan about some other guest Davylla had.
This was his story: two of his ships had been loading at a Black Sea port called Caffa when the Tartars arrived.
Tartars send soldiers infected with the plague over the wall in the siege of Caffa on the Black Sea.