(tr) Northeast English dialect to strike or smash, esp to break the shell of (an egg) at Easter
Word Origin for jarp
from Scottish jaup, jawp to dash or splash like water: perhaps of imitative origin
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Examples from the Web for jarp
Historical Examples of jarp
He perceives Jarp standing at the wings made up as Binns the Butler.
She's bitten every finger of mine to the bone, and I'm certain she's quite equal to defending herself against Jarp.