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jarp

jaup (dʒɔːp)

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verb
(tr) Northeast English dialect to strike or smash, esp to break the shell of (an egg) at Easter
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Word Origin for jarp

from Scottish jaup, jawp to dash or splash like water: perhaps of imitative origin
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