Definition of Galopin

1. a kitchen boy [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Galopin

galluses
gally
gallygaskins
gallying
galoche
galoche chin
galoched
galoches
galoching
galoot
galoots
galop
galopade
galopades
galoped
galopin (current term)
galoping
galopins
galopped
galopping
galops
galore
galore(ip)
galores
galosh
galoshe
galoshed
galoshes
galoshing
galowses

Literary usage of Galopin

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1. From Gladiatour to Persimmon; Turf Memories of Thirty Years: Turf Memories by Sydenham Dixon (1901)
"galopin was a bay by Vedette out of Flying Duchess. ... Vedette was seventeen at the time he got galopin, whilst Flying Duchess was no less than nineteen ..."

2. The English Turf: A Record of Horses and Courses by Charles Richardson (1901)
"... family of to-day—King Fergus—Hambletonian—Whitelock—The St. Simon-galopin family out of a £3 mare—Descriptions of Blacklock—Voltigeur—galopin—St. Simon— ..."

3. Argot and Slang: A New French and English Dictionary of the Cant Words by Albert Marie Victor Barrère (1889)
"Comique it meant formerly a small measure for wine :— galopin, c'est une petite mesure de vin^ ce qu'on appelle à Paris un demi-setier.— LE Roux. ..."

4. Fores's Sporting Notes & Sketches. a Quarterly Magazine Descriptive of (1907)
"When galopin was sent up to auction as a yearling, Prince Batthyany became his purchaser ... galopin ran five times as a two-year-old, and was twice beaten. ..."

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