[ jawp, jahp ]
/ dʒɔp, dʒɑp /
noun Scot. and North England.
a splash, spurt, or drop of water.
a spot or stain, as from a splash of water or mud.
Origin of jaup
First recorded in 1505–15; perhaps akin to jaw2
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Examples from the Web for jaups
I personally examined the soup, and found it to be "nae skinking ware that jaups in luggies."Literary Tours in The Highlands and Islands of Scotland|Daniel Turner Holmes