See also: ROP, ròp, röp, and rợp

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rop

  1. genitive plural of ropa

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An onomatopoeia imitating the sound of quick pounding feet.[1]

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rop

  1. (transitive) to dance briskly, passionately, with all one's strength or power, without holding back, with all one's might
    ropja a táncotto dance

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  1. ^ rop in Zaicz, Gábor (ed.). Etimológiai szótár: Magyar szavak és toldalékok eredete (‘Dictionary of Etymology: The origin of Hungarian words and affixes’). Budapest: Tinta Könyvkiadó, 2006, →ISBN.  (See also its 2nd edition.)

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  • rop in Bárczi, Géza and László Országh. A magyar nyelv értelmező szótára (‘The Explanatory Dictionary of the Hungarian Language’, abbr.: ÉrtSz.). Budapest: Akadémiai Kiadó, 1959–1962. Fifth ed., 1992: →ISBN

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rop m (genitive singular roip)

  1. (anatomy, literary) intestine
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rop m (genitive singular ropa, nominative plural ropanna)

  1. thrust, stab
    Synonym:
  2. dart, dash
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rop (present analytic ropann, future analytic ropfaidh, verbal noun ropadh, past participle roptha)

  1. (transitive, intransitive) thrust, stab
    Synonym: sáigh
  2. (intransitive) dart, dash
    Synonym: sáigh
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Etymology 1 edit

Inherited from Old English rāp, from Proto-West Germanic *raip, from Proto-Germanic *raipaz, from Proto-Indo-European *h₁reyp-.

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rop (plural ropes)

  1. A cord or string:
    1. A rope; a strong intertwined cord.
    2. (nautical) A ship's line.
    3. (rare) A Franciscan corded belt.
  2. A noose; a loop of rope.
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  • English: rope, roap, roape
    • Irish: rópa
    • Tok Pisin: rop
  • Scots: raip
  • Old French: rap
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Inherited from Old English rop, ropp; compare Middle Dutch rop, roppe (fish guts).

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rop (plural roppes)

  1. (usually in the plural) An intestine; a gut.
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Inherited from Old English hrōp, from Proto-West Germanic *hrōp, from Proto-Germanic *hrōpaz, *hrōpą (shout, cry), from Proto-Indo-European *ker-.

Cognate with Dutch roep (a call, cry, shout), German Ruf (a call, cry, reputation), Swedish rop (call, cry, shout).

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rop

  1. (Early Middle English, rare) A call; a cry.
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rop n (definite singular ropet, indefinite plural rop, definite plural ropa or ropene)

  1. a shout, call, cry
    et rop om hjelpa call for help

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rop

  1. imperative of rope

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rop n (definite singular ropet, indefinite plural rop, definite plural ropa)

  1. a shout, call, cry

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rop

  1. imperative of ropa

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rop

  1. third-person singular present subjunctive ro-form of is

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From Old Norse hróp.

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  • (file)

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rop n

  1. a cry, a call, a shout
    ett rop på hjälp
    a call for help
    Ropen skalla - bandyhall åt alla.
    What do we want? A bandy arena! - When do we want it? Now!
  2. (in "vara i ropet") to be currently popular (and much talked of), to be all the rage, to be in vogue

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Declension of rop 
Singular Plural
Indefinite Definite Indefinite Definite
Nominative rop ropet rop ropen
Genitive rops ropets rops ropens

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From English rope.

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rop

  1. string
  2. vine

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From Ottoman Turkishروب(rob), from French robe.

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rop (definite accusative robu, plural roplar)

  1. dress
    Synonym: (from Italian) roba
    • 1937 November 5, advertisement in Cumhuriyet, page 12:
      Rop ve garnitür için / KADİFELER / İyi cins ve güzen renk metrosu / 250 Kuruş
      (please add an English translation of this quotation)

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  • Avery, Robert et al., editors (2013) The Redhouse Dictionary Turkish/Ottoman English, 21st edition, Istanbul: Sev Yayıncılık, →ISBN

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rop (nominative plural rops)

  1. interruption

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