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1poop

noun \ˈpüp\

Definition of POOP

1
obsolete :  stern
2
:  an enclosed superstructure at the stern of a ship above the main deck

Origin of POOP

Middle English, from Anglo-French pope, from Latin puppis
First Known Use: 15th century

2poop

verb

Definition of POOP

transitive verb
1
:  to break over the stern of
2
:  to ship (a sea or wave) over the stern

First Known Use of POOP

1748

3poop

verb

Definition of POOP

intransitive verb
:  defecate

Origin of POOP

earlier, to break wind, from Middle English poupen to make a gulping sound, of imitative origin
First Known Use: circa 1903

4poop

noun

Definition of POOP

:  feces

First Known Use of POOP

1965

5poop

verb

Definition of POOP

transitive verb
slang
:  to put out of breath; also :  to tire out
intransitive verb
slang :  to become exhausted <poop out>

Origin of POOP

origin unknown
First Known Use: circa 1932

6poop

noun

Definition of POOP

slang

Origin of POOP

perhaps from 4poop
First Known Use: circa 1941

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