[lip-uh n]Chiefly Scot.
- to trust (a person).
- to entrust (something) to a person.
- to have confidence, faith, or trust.
Origin of lippen
1125–75; Middle English lipnen, earlier lipnien
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Examples from the Web for lippen
"Your life is charmed, Armande," exclaimed Lippen in admiration.
"They'll come down because they won't be able to help it," said Lippen grimly.
Ay, I think I may lippen her to you, since ye have carried her before.Allison Bain
Margaret Murray Robertson
Ye can lippen (trust) that to him, for it's his ain business.Robert Falconer
I maun just lippen to yoursel; but ye maunna be very sair on me.