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Definition of joop

joop

  • To beat in a game or sport, also, to disrespect in public, or the consequences of not uphold your word.
    I'll joop on you. Game over, we jooped 'em!

    Last edited on Jan 08 2000. Submitted by Chazz P. from El Paso, TX, USA on Jan 08 2000.

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