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Definition of po po

po po

  • Po Po, an acronym for Portland Police originating in Oregon in the late 1980's. Further adopted by local gangs to shout warnings when acting as a lookout.

    Last edited on Sep 23 2015. Submitted by Anonymous on Sep 23 2015.

noun

  • acronym for "pissed off police officer."

    This definition is questionable and is pending deletion. It will be saved from deletion if legitimate citations are found.

    Last edited on Jan 21 2012. Submitted by Robert D. on Jul 15 2005.

noun - uncountable

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