Definition of Loppy

1. a. Somewhat lop; inclined to lop.



Definition of Loppy

1. Adjective. Somewhat lop; inclined to lop. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Loppy

1. hanging limply [adj -PIER, -PIEST]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Loppy

loping
lopolith
lopoliths
loppard
lopped
lopped off
lopper
loppered
loppering
loppers
loppet
loppier
loppiest
lopping
loppings
loppy (current term)
loprazolam
lopremone
lops
lopseed
lopseeds
lopsided
lopsidedly
lopsidedness
lopsidednesses
lopstick
lopsticks
loquacious
loquaciously
loquaciousness

Literary usage of Loppy

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1. Charters and Other Documents Relating to the City of Glasgow by Glasgow (Scotland), James David Marwick, Robert Renwick (1906)
"NOTARIAL Instrument as to Boundaries of Tenements in High Street belonging to Patrick Dunlop. alias loppy, and Kentigern ..."

2. Charters and Other Documents A.D. 1175-1707 by Glasgow (Scotland) (1906)
"... of Tenements in High Street belonging to Patrick Dunlop. alias loppy, ... personaliter constitutus discretus vir, Patricias Dunlop alias loppy, ..."

3. A Catalogue of Engraved Portraits of Celebrated Personages: Chiefly ...by Walter Vernon Daniell by Walter Vernon Daniell (1900)
"... 8vo., is 6d 6246 LOPPy (Charles) Fr. medical writer 1726-1783, after Hallé, folio, 35 6248 ditto, large series, folio, 43 6247 Lothian (Wm. Kerr, ..."

4. Publications by English Dialect Society (1875)
"From a lease, 1741 : "Two days thatch of good wheaten long- straw." LOP. To limp. A lame dog is often called loppy. Cf. *loppy. ..."

5. The Tenth Regiment, Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry, 1861-1864: A Western by Alfred Seelye Roe (1909)
"loppy, Wm. H.; vide Luther, CH Lovett, Murray, b. ... VRC; his real name was Wm. H. loppy and as such, has resided in Vineland, NJ, since 1864; ..."

6. The West Somerset Word-book: A Glossary of Dialectal and Archaic Words and by Frederick Thomas Elworthy (1886)
"loppy [laup'ee], vi To walk or move slowly. Often applied to hares or rabbits. ... 's hear me ! not loppy along, one voot to-day and tother to-morrow ! ..."

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