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Re: Wolfette

Posted by Smokey Stover on September 13, 2005

In Reply to: Re: Wolfette posted by R. Berg on September 07, 2005

: : Could someone help me with the phrase "You wolfette
: : !".I couldn't find the word "wolfette" in my dictionary. I picke this phrase up in a drama, where a wife is cursing to a young girl for stealing her husband.

: : Thank you in advance.

: This isn't a standard word. The wife in the story is making it up. "-ette" is a diminutive or feminine suffix. The woman means "You little wolf!"

Or, since wolves are canids, "You little bitch!" SS