dirrogutory term for white folk.
shut up white boy, cracker, ofay.
de BIG BOI 10 février 2004
A word of unspecified West African origin that refers to "white" people. It's commonly used in the American South but has fallen out of favor as "White Devil" has assumed prominence.
This ofay at my job is jealous of my ability to get the job done faster and better than him. But he can't help his ofay ways.
de IncogNegro (FC) 20 février 2003
disparaging term for a Caucasian.
You big-haired trashy macaroni-and-cheese-eatin' ofay bitch!
de Anonymous 17 février 2003
Insult to a white person from a black person meaning punk, cracker, bitch.
That ofey is pissing me of
de bloodygore00 2 octobre 2003
Still a mystery as to the origin of the word. It almost certainly isn't Gullah of West African. It almost certainly isn't from "foe" in Pig Latin as that form of "Pig Latin" didn't really start until 1920 and "ofay" was around from at least the 1890s. It usually wasn't used in a derogatory way about whites, but rather just as a matter of fact expression. Quite often used in early Black newspapers in columns written about theatrical performers and that the "ofay" owned the theater in which the Black performers, er uh, performed.
It is really the most beautiful city of its kind in the South. It has all modern conveniences, electrical effects, etc, is situated near the harbor and the audiences are all ofays, principally foreigners.
de samclem 12 juin 2010
French for Punk, cracker, bitch
man 1: "You see larry over, there?"

man 2: "Yeah, what an o'fay!"
de mattyfun 12 janvier 2004
french for punk cracker bitch
There goes that damn o'fay that fired my ass
de Anonymous 17 juillet 2003
Also spelled O'Fe. Old world slang term for caucasian people. A Pig Latin derivation of 'Foe' (O'Fe)used by African slaves in their 'Patois'.
It was a typical O' Fay crowd at the Kanye show.

You better tell O' Fay One Kenobi to take his puny, slack jean wearin, YT ass back to Honkytown, dig?
de p.w. rush 8 août 2006

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