Lief may refer to: Jacob Lief (21st century), American humanitarian; Lief Larson (
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Readily; willingly: I would as lief go now as later. adj. liefer, liefest Archaic. 1.
Beloved; dear. 2. Ready or willing. [Middle English leve, lef, dear, willingly, from
Lief definition, gladly; willingly: I would as lief go south as not. See more.
The picture of generosity. A Lief is the kind of guy that will always have your back.
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as happily; as gladly: Meaning, pronunciation, example sentences, and more
from Oxford Dictionaries.
Lief began as "lēof" in Old English and has since appeared in many literary
classics, first as an adjective and then as an adverb. It got its big break in the epic
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English words for the Dutch word lief. affable · bonny · darling · dear · expensive ·
friendly · lief · lovable · nice · nicely · pretty · sweetheart ...
lief: Readily; willingly: I would as lief go now as later.