Cuvfefe’ Mystery Solved…


Covfefe’ (pronounced “cuv – fee- fae”) is an Antediluvian term for “In the end we win.” It was commonly used by the sons of Adam to rail against the evil actions of the fallen who had led man astray.

The term gained popularity  prior to the great deluge and was rarely used after the flood subsided. It regained favor around the time Nimrod was building his tower, after which it was entirely lost in translation at Babel.


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158 thoughts on “Cuvfefe’ Mystery Solved…

  1. I have a song I left a thing… The lyrics Say:
    We win we win,
    Hallelujah we win!
    I read the back of the book and we win!
    Yes we win we win,
    Hallelujah we win!
    I read the back of the book and we win.
    On days when things seem dark and you wonder how it will go right, this song comes to mind and I know everything is going to be not just all right, but everything is going to be fabulous!

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  2. Jon Marshall says:

    I am her grandson, I am currently translating the voynich manuscript. I have been working on it for about 2 years now along with my grandma. It is written in an early Aztec mixed with some Spanish. When the translation is finished I will gladly share the photos and quotations from the manuscript in completion 🙂

    Thank you, I will try and hurry quickly to get the rest of the first section completed! Also look into the Hebrew text of 3rd Enoch, I will try and refind the words…

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  3. So, Jon, if you are currently translating the Voynich Manuscript (which I commend you for; that must be quite a job), how the heck does it happen that the president is awareof –not to mention, understands–this esoteric text and this word that is only understood by being cross-referenced with this text that is just being translated?

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      1. Michael says:

        Perhaps he was being given this information at his request for something profound to feed the sharks with. He is an educated man, who knows how to build teams, and do business with people from many countries. All walks of life, so maybe just maybe he sought it out as a need to tweet something over the heads of all those who take everything he has to say and dissect it into pieces until they can use a piece of what he says against him. Serves the media right don’t you think?

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  4. What does the word triumph mean? As one lone word can be interpreted in various ways…Webster says it means: a victory or conquest by or as if by military force
    b : a notable success the party was a triumph
    : the joy or exultation of victory or success
    : a ceremony attending the entering of Rome by a general who had won a decisive victory over a foreign enemy — compare ovation. So with that being said……one little word can have several interpretations…all relating to the same with various defining points. Is the person who says it is a military triumph any less correct than the person who says it is the joy of success no matter what the exultation? Do you have to be in Rome as a general who had a victory over a foreign enemy to have a victory? No. Definitions are varied and the written word applied to the context of what is being said.

    Therefore, as you see….one lone word can hold several meanings all relating to the same.


  5. BDR says:

    Is this a parody site…?

    You know that those Google Translate screenshots are fake, right? You could try this “translation” for yourself.

    And the rest of the nonsense is just too ridiculous to address.

    Trumpists are uniquely susceptible to BS and fake news.


  6. Sandra Hancock says:

    Dianne, the bio info says you’re an author. Please, please know that the phrase “would of” should be “would have.” Every time. And “loosing” should be “losing.” Proofreading and grammar are becoming lost arts.

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  7. LINDA MURRAY says:

    I wouldn’t DOUBT that it means that. That would be awesome. But it would be more useful if there were some documentation to back it up. With something like this, you NEED documentation in order to confront the naysayers with it. If you could point us to some direction where we could possibly find some…

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  8. Lemme see. You assert that the “word” is rooted in some completely unverifiable babble-y language, yet you provide exactly zero sourcing or references.

    How do you think your English teacher would grade your work?

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  9. Antediluvian? What language? When everyone spoke the same language (before the Tower of Babel)? The language that was wiped off the earth along with the flood?
    Presumably, then, some part of “cuvfeefei” means ‘win’, some part means ‘we’, some part means ‘end’, and some part means ‘in’. Can you break that down for us? Can you point us to any OTHER antediluvian words? How would one say, in that antediluvian language, “in the end you win” or “in the end we lose” or “at the beginning we win”?


    1. David Gibson says:

      And Spicer said that a small group knew exactly what he meant. It was very telling, especially his expression.


  10. You must’ve done something right. You made it to Snopes! 😉

    “The term “antediluvian” does not refer to a language, but a Biblical time period before the Flood. Needless to say, the writer, Dianne Marshall offered no proof for her claim. (The Marshall Report frequently uses “satirical” and fake articles as the bases for its posts.)”

    “Offered No Proof”: I’m thinking that this applies to the FAILING NYT, WaPo, HuffPo, LA TIMES, all the alphabets and MORE, MORE, MORE….



  11. The real reason I came back was this…

    26 May 2017: “But in the end, we won.” ~ Bibi Netanyahu

    30 May 2017: President TRUMP tweets the word “covfefe” regarding the Fake News purveyors.

    31 May 2017: “A small group of people know what “covfefe” means.” ~ Spicy


  12. How is it that no scholars of ancient languages have said, “Ahhh these seems very close to the Antediluvian term cuvfefe”? How is it a site known for it’s lack of accuracy, blatant lies and mind-numbed following has come up with this? IF it were true, and it isn’t, Marshall Report is unlikely to be at the fore of revealing the connection. Further, which pre-flood-that-didn’t-happen language is it from? Are you suggesting Aztec? Are you the only one who knows this Aztecan word? Because you can’t find it in a list of known Aztec terms.

    Biggest question:


    1. Idiot. All “supremacy ” by ethnicity and race is wrong. If you have to ask, you probably aren’t bright enough to understand the answer.

      Secondly Zionism isn’t about superiority, it is about separation. Both are stupid ideas but they are not equally harmful to humanity on the whole.


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