knuff


From The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48:

Knuff \Knuff\ (n[u^]f), n. [Cf. Gnof a churl.]
   A lout; a clown. [Obs.]
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         The country knuffs, Hob, Dick, and Hick,
         With clubs and clouted shoon.            --Hayward.
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