Origin : Dutch,
Pronunciation : ZEF ,
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Numerology information Zef:
Name Number: 1 Meaning: Individual, Masculine, Logic, Self, Active, Leadership, Initiative, Assertive
Additional information Zef:
Dutch short form of JOZEF
Definition funny of Zef:
South African term that can be likened to 'Kitch' or 'common'. Zef style has strong 1980s influences and is stereotypically associated South African caucasians of low-middle social-economic status. However, it not nesessarily a derogatory term. "It's like wearing high heels with a tracksuit. Being truly zef takes guts." "The ultimate South African style"
Fila takkies and chappies bubble gum...thats zef...Fokken lekker
During the 60's and 70's the Ford Zephyr was a favourite car by a particular group of South Africans, they also often wore a comb in their socks, and were considered as 'common' or kitch or low class by others, the term ZEF was coined to descibe them. The word would be used to describe the style of a particular person. The word could also be used in a derogatory manner by someone who considered themself of higher class or better breeding.
Bernoldus Niemand aka James Phillips, a South African musician who came from a mining town is a good example of a zef person and so is some of his lyrics eg: Welcome to my car. Usually young men who drove Ford Zephyrs, hung their arm out of the window, and wore a comb stuck into one sock would be considered zef. More recently, South African rap artists Die Antwoord and Jack Parow would be the embodiment of what zef is. It is zef to be yourself, to be honest about your humble origins and to be proud of it.
The ultimate style.. it's a full flex, like a full flex. It's an African style. It's not something you can really explain.. It's something you experience; like a video game when you reach the next level, that's basically zef. Zef is the next level.
you can't mess with my new zef flow
Zoned keeped Event Faggot on call
Songs about Zef:
Raging Zef Boner [Explicit] by Die Antwoord from the Album Donker Mag [Explicit]
Dans l'zèf [Explicit] by Nill Ness from the Album Maître de cérémonie [Explicit]
Dorian Gray (Prod. Zef) [Explicit] by Caso Perso from the Album Passo falso [Explicit]
Follow me, Mama! (feat. Nemi) [Prod. Zef] [Explicit] by Caso Perso from the Album Passo falso [Explicit]
I Don't Give A F@#K (feat. Zef Lesson, Rollin Weight & DubMagic) [Explicit] by Young Fresh from the Album The Antidote (Fayettenams Finest) [Explicit]
Intro: Plan zef by Roll.k from the Album Sex, drogue & Roll.k
Kenge Per Zef Margjinajn by Mark Gjoka from the Album 3000 Vjet Jam Oroshian
Books about Zef:
Maria Zef (European Women Writers) by Paola Drigo and Blossom Steinberg Kirschenbaum (Sep 1, 1989)
Maria Zef di Paola Drigo (Italian Edition) by Paola Drigo (Oct 5, 2011)
Collective Identities and Patronage Networks in Southern Tajikistan (ZEF Development Studies) by Hafiz Boboyorov (Jul 11, 2013)
Gold Mining in Ghana: Actors, Alliances and Power (ZEF Development Studies) by William Tsuma (Aug 12, 2010)
"Zef ou l'enfance infinie ; carnets de bord d'un apprenti de la vie"
Socio-political and Cultural Determinants of Diarrheal Disease in the Mekong Delta: From Discourse to Incidence... by Panagiota Kotsila (Sep 25, 2014)
Maria Zef (Italian Edition) by Paola Drigo (Sep 27, 2012)
Wiki information Zef:
Zef is a South African counter-culture movement.
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