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nope

[ nohp ]
/ noʊp /
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adverb Informal.
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Origin of nope

1885–90, Americanism; variant of no1; cf. yup
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British Dictionary definitions for nope

nope
/ (nəʊp) /

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an informal word for no 1

Word Origin for nope

C19: originally US, a variant of no 1
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