Crossword clues for delf
The Collaborative International Dictionary
delf \delf\, n. Same as Delftware.
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
late Old English dælf "trench, ditch, quarry," from gedelf "digging, a digging," from delfan "to dig" (see delve).
n. 1 A mine, quarry, pit dug; ditch 2 (alternative form of delftware English) Delftware
n. an excavation; usually a quarry or mine
Delf may refer to:
- Delf (waterway), a river in the Netherlands
- Barrie Delf (born 1961), English professional footballer
- Marion Delf-Smith, a botanist whose author abbreviation is Delf.
- DELF - Diplôme d'études en langue française - a certification of French language abilities.
See also may refer to:
- Delfs (surname)
Usage examples of "delf".
The furniture of the room was very homely of course-- a few rough chairs and a table, a corner cupboard with their little stock of crockery and delf, a gaudy tea-tray, representing a lady in bright red, walking out with a very blue parasol, a few common, coloured scripture subjects in frames upon the wall and chimney, an old dwarf clothes-press and an eight-day clock, with a few bright saucepans and a kettle, comprised the whole.