Etymology
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guff (n.)

"empty talk, nonsense," 1888, from earlier sense of "puff of air" (1825), of imitative origin.

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Definitions of guff

guff (n.)
unacceptable behavior (especially ludicrously false statements);
Synonyms: bunk / bunkum / buncombe / rot / hogwash
From wordnet.princeton.edu