neep

[ neep ]
/ nip /

noun Scot.

a turnip.

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Origin of neep

before 900; Middle English nepe, Old English nēp, nǣp < Latin nāpus turnip
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British Dictionary definitions for neep

neep
/ (niːp) /

noun

British a dialect name for a turnip

Word Origin for neep

Old English nǣp, from Latin nāpus turnip
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