(tr) dialect to beat or flog.

What does Larup mean?

(tr) dialect to beat or flog.

What is Larrupin?

1 dialect : to flog soundly : whip. 2 dialect : to defeat decisively : trounce. intransitive verb. dialect : to move indolently or clumsily. Synonyms Example Sentences Learn More About larrup.

Is ve a dictionary word?

No, ve is not in the scrabble dictionary.

What does Larapin good mean?

very, exceedingly
very, exceedingly. “This pie is larpin’ good.”

What is the synonym of connive?

Find another word for connive. In this page you can discover 20 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for connive, like: collude, finagle, crimes, conspire, foment, machinate, plan, plot, scheme, wink and be innocent of.

What is Larapin?

larruping adj. Pronc-spp larapen, larepin, lar(ri)pin; for addit varr see quots. 1 also tad-larruping; Esp of food: delicious, excellent; hence adv larruping extremely— usu in comb larruping good.[

Is VI allowed in scrabble?

No, vi is not in the scrabble dictionary.

Can you play Ye in scrabble?

Yes, ye is in the scrabble dictionary.

Are devious and conniving synonyms?


  • scheming, plotting, colluding, cunning, crafty, calculating, devious, designing, wily, sly, tricky, artful, guileful, slippery, slick.
  • manipulative, Machiavellian, unscrupulous, unprincipled, disingenuous.
  • duplicitous, deceitful, underhand, treacherous, Janus-faced.

Is conniving a character trait?

Listed below are a few character traits of people….

Characteristic traits Characteristic traits Characteristic traits
Conniving ▭ Aggressive ▭ Boastful ▭
Insensitive ▭ Scheming ▭ Humble ▭
Sly ▭ Wise ▭ Servile ▭
Humorous ▭ Egoistic ▭ Territorial ▭

Is VY a word in scrabble?

No, vy is not in the scrabble dictionary.

What is the meaning of larruping?

Define larruping. larruping synonyms, larruping pronunciation, larruping translation, English dictionary definition of larruping. tr.v. lar·ruped , lar·rup·ing , lar·rups To beat, flog, or thrash. n. A blow. American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fifth Edition….

What is the root word of LARP?

 (lăr′əp) tr.v.lar·ruped, lar·rup·ing, lar·rups To beat, flog, or thrash. n. A blow. [Perhaps from Dutch larpen, to slap, thrash, from larp, rod, whip.]

Where did the term “Larrupin’” come from?

1942 Perry Texas 138, A tasty dish is “larrupin’,” which could have come from the use of the same word meaning a “beating,” thus developing a connotation of superiority. 1943 (1976) Guthrie Bound for Glory 48 cOK, Anything you like real good an’ ain’t got fer a long time, an’ then you git it, that’s larepin’.