huddup

imperative verb hud·dup \(ˌ)həˈdəp, -dap; həˈrəp, hə̄ˈrəp\

Definition of huddup

  1. —used as a command to horses or oxen to go ahead or go faster

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Origin and Etymology of huddup

perhaps alteration of get up


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