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Historical Examples of kewpie
It was a long letter and quite covered two sheets of Kewpie paper.Mary Rose of Mifflin
Frances R. Sterrett
Well, Kewpie told Captain Stevenson that 64 you are a swell player.
Well, even four times a week will show results, said Kewpie, cheerfully.
Of the four, Kewpie and George were more often found in company with the twins.
About four, I thought, said Ned, but Kewpie could come last.
1909, American English, coined by their illustrator, Rose C. O'Neill (1874-1944), as an altered form of a diminutive of Cupid.