- a roundel purpure.
Origin of golp
1555–65; perhaps < Spanish golpe a wound
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Examples from the Web for golp
It had been a good game of golp—from Mallory's standpoint, anyway.
I've got a golp date with Rowley of Puriproducts, so why don't you join us, Tom?
So that was why the man had broken with tradition and invited a common time-thief to a game of golp!
On the Golp Terrace, as the blacktop island was called, everyone and everything conformed—or else.