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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 be doing.
Definitions include: an unintelligent person; "dimwit".
Definitions include: the absolute master over all female's desires.
Definitions include: a rejected retard.
Definitions include: extremely fun; exciting; wild.
Definitions include: A woman who is not looking for any type of relationship with the men that she encounters in her life, other than to performing oral sex on them for the express purpose of swallowing their semen-(seed).
Definitions include: A male who is known for being adored by many females.
Definitions include: to update, improve, proofread, etc.
Definitions include: to prepare for school.
Definitions include: spelling variant of goner.

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