She added, bright mischief between her long lashes, "What is it then—a wop?"
"Don't forget to tell him how the wop licked the Jew," broke in the prisoner.
I wonder can they be talking French, maybe, or wop, or something?
I began filling the spoon, with the help of "Marty," the wop.
Wasn't there a wop named Pizarro or somethin' what got lost down in Florida?
Even a dumb-head wop gets his English rapidly when he's where he has to talk that or nothing.
Down near the station he climbed the steps of wop Harry's lunch wagon and had a sandwich and a cup of coffee.
I'm nothing but an ordinary day-laborer, a plain Mick, a sort of a wop, obeying orders.
Maybe you think its easy to argue with a wop that doesnt understand ten words of English.
She saw a fellow, some kind of a wop with a greasy face and long hair, pick his teeth with a fork.
derogatory for "Italian," 1912, American English slang, apparently from southern Italian dialect guappo "dandy, dude, stud," a greeting among male Neapolitans, said to be from Spanish guapo "bold, dandy," which is from Latin vappa "sour wine," also "worthless fellow;" related to vapidus (see vapid). It is probably not an acronym, and the usual story that it is seems to date only to c.1985.
: big wop tenor
An Italian or a person of Italian extraction; dago (1912+)
[apparently fr southern Italian dialect guappo, ''dandy, dude, stud,'' used as a greeting by male Neapolitans]