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GAFFER - ORIGIN

Thursday July 25th, 2013
GAFFER – ORIGIN

A gaff was and is a commonly used word for an important pole, be it for fishing or for hoisting a mast. Basically a length of timber that was in charge of whatever goal you were aiming for. Hence the term ‘gaffer’, which means boss.
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