AskDefine | Define whop

The Collaborative Dictionary

Whap \Whap\, Whop \Whop\, v. i. [Cf. OE. quappen to palpitate, E. quob, quaver, wabble, awhape, wap.] To throw one's self quickly, or by an abrupt motion; to turn suddenly; as, she whapped down on the floor; the fish whapped over. --Bartlett. [1913 Webster] Note: This word is used adverbially in the north of England, as in the United States, when anything vanishes, or is gone suddenly; as, whap went the cigar out of my mouth. [1913 Webster] Whap
Whap \Whap\, Whop \Whop\, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Whapped; p. pr. & vb. n. Whapping.] To beat or strike. [1913 Webster] Whap
Whap \Whap\, Whop \Whop\, n. A blow, or quick, smart stroke. [1913 Webster] Whapper
Whop \Whop\, v. t. Same as Whap. --Forby. [1913 Webster]
Whop \Whop\, n. Same as Whap. [1913 Webster]

Word Net

whop

Verb

1 hit hard; "The teacher whacked the boy" [syn: whack, wham, wallop]
2 hit hard [syn: sock, bop, whap, bonk, bash] [also: whopping, whopped]

Moby Thesaurus

bang, bash, baste, bastinado, bat, batter, beat, beating, belabor, belt, biff, birch, blank, blow, bonk, bop, buffet, bulldoze, bump, burst, bust, cane, chop, clap, clash, clip, clobber, clout, club, clump, coldcock, cowhide, crack, crash, cream, crump, cudgel, cut, dash, deal, deal a blow, deck, defeat utterly, dig, dint, drub, drubbing, drumming, fetch, fetch a blow, flagellate, flail, flap, flog, flop, fusillade, fustigate, give a whipping, give the stick, hammer, hit, hit a clip, horsewhip, jab, knock, knock cold, knock down, knock out, knout, lace, lambaste, lash, lay on, let have it, lick, overbear, overwhelm, paste, pelt, pistol-whip, plunk, poke, pommel, pound, pummel, punch, rap, rawhide, report, schmear, scourge, shellac, shut out, skunk, slam, slap, slat, slog, slug, smack, smash, smear, smite, snap, snow under, soak, sock, spank, splat, steamroller, strap, strike, strike at, stripe, stroke, swap, swat, swing, swinge, swipe, switch, tap, tattoo, thrash, thump, thwack, trounce, truncheon, wallop, whack, whale, wham, whap, whelm, whip, whitewash, whomp, yerk

English

Pronunciation

  • (UK): /wɒp/, /wQp/ or /ʍɒp/, /WQp/
  • (US): , /wɑp/, /wAp/ or , /ʍɑp/, /WAp/
  • Rhymes with: -ɒp

Homophones

Verb

  1. In the context of "informal|transitive": To throw or move (something) quickly.
    He angrily whopped the book onto the table.
Whopper can mean:

Please note

  • doo-wop, music lyric, as well as a music culture
  • "whop", or "whop-whop", or "whop, whop", an onomatopoeia [or onamatapea], of something being deflated, or the deflation as a result, such as regarding a flat-tire
  • wop, an Italian insult, or an insult or slur about an Italian, including an Italian-American; in race humor, an automobile from a company with connotation largely related to Italy, including reference to a flat-tire; some state government motor vehicle agencies prohibit any allusion to "whopper", "whop", "wop", regarding license-plate allocation.
  • Also pronounced Whoppers
A Bunnyhop Tailwhip,trick performed on a BMX
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