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Definition of Yellope

Yellope

interjection

  • A "duh" like word or like saying hello?!

    Last edited on Dec 13 2010. Submitted by Anonymous on Dec 13 2010.

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Definitions include: to gain one's composure.
Definitions include: rights to a sitting space recently vacated, that one intends on occupying again in the near future. One "calls fives" to claim, for example, a spot on a sofa when one gets up to use the bathroom. Anyone is permitted to sit in the seat during the person's absence, but must give it up immediately when that person returns. One would say, "I've got fives" while getting up from a seat.
Definitions include: very guilty.
Definitions include: by oneself.
Definitions include: something huge.
Definitions include: interpreter
Definitions include: Area of skin betwixt the testicles and anus.
Definitions include: Origin British, slang for money.
Definitions include: v. To shock with outrageous behavior. ('furry' subculture).
Definitions include: to defecate.

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