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Distribution of usage frequency for the most common synonyms of the verb whop:

whackbash

Definition of the noun whop

What does whop mean as a name of something?

noun

  1. A blow or strike.

Definition of the verb whop

What does whop mean as a doing word?

verb - inflections: whopped, whopping

  1. hit hard
    • lexical domain: Contact - verbs of touching, hitting, tying, digging
    • synonyms of whop: wallop / whack / wham
    • more generic word: hit = deal a blow to, either with the hand or with an instrument
  2. hit hard
    • lexical domain: Contact - verbs of touching, hitting, tying, digging
    • synonyms of whop: bash / bonk / bop / sock / whap
    • more generic word: hit = deal a blow to, either with the hand or with an instrument

Alternative definition of the verb whop

verb

  1. [transitive, informal] To throw or move (something) quickly, usually with an impact.

Explanation

WHOP is a radio station broadcasting a News Talk Information format. Licensed to Hopkinsville, Kentucky, USA, the station serves the Clarksville-Hopkinsville area.

Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for whop

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Google previewNugai literariae (1841)

prose and verse by Richard Winter Hamilton

To whop is a vulgar word, signifying to beat ...

Google previewReport of the Inspector (1900)

by Great Britain. Reformatory and Industrial Schools Dept

The carpenter's whop is a good sized one and useful work is done In it, but with some re-organ isation its efficiency could be easily improved. A manual instruction class would be a good step in this direction, and the grant which it would earn ...

Google previewThe New Seaman's Guide and Coaster's Companion: containing ... complete sailing directions for ships, both outward and homeward bound ... To which are subjoined, copious tables of latitudes and longitudes ... also new tables of the sun's declination from 1809 to 1824. Improved from the original work of ... J. Chandler by ... M. Downie ... G. Eunson ... M. McKenzie ... J. Diston ... The eighteenth edition of the work, and the fourth of the new arrangement (1847)

by John CHANDLER (of Orford, Pilot.)

WHop is a long narrow island, running to ...

Google previewThe Literary Gazette and Journal of the Belles Lettres, Arts, Sciences, &c (1841)

p “To whop is a vulgar word, signifying to beat; but pheop (wheop) is Anglo- Saxon for a whip. "we say of an infant when it overlaughs itself, it kinks; kincunx ( kincung), AngloSaxon, is immeasurable laughter.” Kincough in Scotland is the ...

Google previewThe Routledge Dictionary of Historical Slang (2003)

by Eric Partridge

might whop the French boys and learn all the modern languages.' whop-straw; Johnny Whop-Straw . A clod-hopper, a rustic: ...

Google previewCassell's Dictionary of Slang (2005)

by Jonathon Green

see WHOP v. whoop and a holler n. [early 19C+] (US) a short distance; also two whoops and a holler. [SE whoop + holler, both meaning shout, and so the distance such cries would carry] whoop-de-do n.

Google previewA Dictionary of Modern Slang, Cant, and Vulgar Words (1860)

Used at the Present Day in the Streets of London, the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge, the Houses of Parliament, the Dens of St. Giles, and the Palaces of St. James : Preceded by a History of Cant and Vulgar Language : with Glossaries of Two Secret Languages, Spoken by the Wandering Tribes of London, the Costermongers, and the Patterers by John Camden Hotten

WHOP, to beat, or hide. Corruption of whip; sometimes spelled wap. WHOP-STRAW, cant name for a countryman ; Johnny ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Slang and Colloquial English (1905)

Abridged from the Seven-volume Work, Entitled: Slang and Its Analogues by John Stephen Farmer, William Ernest Henley

Whop (Wap, Woppe, Whap). A blow. As verb, to beat ( 1 360). As intj., Whack! ( q.v.), Whip ! (q.v.), Bang ! (q.v.). Whopper (Whapper). Anything very large, fine, good : a generic intensive (Grose) : also whopping, extremely fine, very large, ...

Google previewSimon & Schuster Super Crossword Puzzle Dictionary And Reference Book (1999)

by Seth Godin, Lark Productions LLC, Seth Godin Productions

slam, swat, wham, whop; 5 blast, clack, clang, crack, knock, whang; 6 buffet, stroke, thwack, wallop whale: 4 hulk; 5 giant; 8 cetacean; 9 leviathan whalebone: 6 baleen whalebone whale: 11 baleen whale whaling ship: б whaler wham: 3 pow ...

Google previewThe Virgin Islands Dictionary (2015)

A Collection of Words and Phrases so You Could Say It Like We by Kareem-Nelson Hull

” Ah ha, pingidy whop (mommy suck ah ...

Google previewThe Dictionary of Nautical, University, Gypsy and Other Vulgar Tongues (2007)

A Guide to Language on the 18th and 19th Century Streets of London by John Camden Hotten

WHOP, to beat, or hide. Corruption of WHIP; sometimes spelled WAP. WHOP-STRAW, cant name for a countryman; ...

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Scrabble value of W4H4O1P3

The value of this 4-letter word is 12 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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