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What does being in the buff means,what is its origin

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Asked by anil garg, 08 Nov '11 12:48 am
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An ardent follower and admirer..or Strike, beat repeatedly "The wind buffed her"
In the Buff Meaning



A buff-coat was a light leather tunic which was worn by English soldiers up until the 17th century. The original meaning of 'in the buff' was simply to be wearing such a coat. Shakespeare makes reference to this in The Comedy of Errors, 1590 - employing a play on two meanings of the word suit, i.e. a suit (of clothes) and suit (authorization):

ADRIANA: What, is he arrested? Tell me at whose suit. ...more
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Answered by valobasa, 08 Nov '11 12:51 am

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