Not that I ever did swop her away, for we lived together till she died, and that was thirteen year.
But if they refused, or wanted more, they shook their heads and answered "No swop!"
If I could only tike them an' you too, swop me bob, I should be 'appy.'
"I'd swop all that fizz for a pannikin of tea," declared Joliffe.
It was him showed me how t' shake my old clock so it'd run fur five minutes, an' then you'd swop that pail yuh found fur it.
Suppose we swop stories,—if you really ain't on in this act.
All guests therefore were notified to bring anything they wanted to swop or sell to the rooms of the three friends that night.
In I walks and offers to swop it with the boss for a dinner.
He told me that it was a bore having a lot of sisters, and he'd swop the lot for a twin brother.
Oh, I know something of him at home, and should like to excuse him—will you swop?
c.1300, "to strike, strike the hands together," possibly imitative of the sound of hitting. The sense of "exchange, barter, trade" is first recorded 1590s, possibly from the practice of slapping hands together as a sign of agreement in bargaining. Related: Swapped; swapping. The noun in this sense is attested from 1620s.