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verbEnglish Regional, Lincolnshire, East Anglian
with object To stack up and store (corn, straw, etc.) in a bay or division of a barn. Also without object: to make a goaf.
Middle English; earliest use found in Glossary of W. de Bibbesworth. Apparently from goaf (although this is first attested later).
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