n. (obsolete form of coffee English)
Usage examples of "coffa".
But Coffa did, or the wolfhound followed an instinct so old, Hugh did not know how to trust it.
He petted Coffa again in hopes of recapturing some of the vivacity and honesty of those days.
His wolfhound Coffa stood beside him, relaxed and laughing but still guarded.
Now Coffa topped his mama in height at the shoulder by several inches as well as breadth in the chest.
Usually Coffa assumed a dominant position among lesser dogs by simply ignoring them.
In the three years Hugh had the dog, Coffa had never challenged another dog.