verb (used with object)
Origin of kipper1
Definition for kipper (2 of 2)
noun Australian Informal.
Origin of kipper2
Examples from the Web for kipper
This can easily be mistaken for a kipper, the smoked herring that is on the breakfast menus of many British hotels.
At last Kipper's blade was thrust with a shout of triumph into the monster's body, and he stood on it as it fell.
The poor creature besought his master not to risk both their lives, but Kipper was as hard as a pond after a six weeks frost.
The English boast of their fish; but, excusing the kipper, they have but three of note—the turbot, the plaice and the sole.Europe Revised|Irvin S. Cobb
Kipper is also applied to salmon which has undergone the process of kippering (which see).The Sailor's Word-Book|William Henry Smyth
He's 'oldin' a small open-air meetin' in Kipper's Court this evenin', ar-past eight percisely.