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Definition of Mape

Mape

  • Any person whose nationality is Canadian. (Taken from the Maple Leaf on the Canadian flag. Preferred over Canuck for is concise, monosyllabic nature).
    He's some Mape from Toronto.
    Go back to Vancouver, ya friggin' Mape!

    Last edited on Apr 25 2013. Submitted by ONYX from Dallas, TX, USA on Feb 11 2002.

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