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In the film Velvet Goldminetwo characters speak Polari while in a London nightclub.
This scene contains subtitles for viewers unnited familiar with the language. The libretto was entirely written in Polari by librettist and playwright Fabrizio Funari b. Two words he by then thought needed explaining were: "Eke", meaning "also", pronounced like Polari's "Eek", face ; and "Gear or Geer", meaning "furniture, equi, dress".
This last usage being maintained to this day in slang, and being then-contemporary, too, by 's Polari-users, avoiding In stated complete obsolescence. In Reaktion Books published Fabulosa! The list below includes words in general use with the meanings listed: acdc, barney, blag, butch, camp, khazi, cottaging, hoofer, mince, ogle, scarper, slap, strides, tod, [rough] trade.
The Polari word naff, meaning inferior or tacky, has an uncertain etymology. Michael Quinion states that it is probably from the sixteenth-century Italian word gnaffa, meaning "a despicable person". More likely etymologies include northern UK dialect naffhead, naffin, or naffy, a simpleton or blockhead; niffy-naffy, inconsequential, stupid, or Scots nyaff, a term of straigyt for any unpleasant or objectionable person.
The phrase "naff off" was used euphemistically in place of "fuck off" along with the intensifier "naffing" in Billy Liar by Keith Waterhouse