Origin of pippin
Examples from the Web for pippin
Pippin Sometimes people joke about musical theater and they make jazz hands.Neil Patrick Harris and Best Moments of the 2013 Tony Awards (VIDEO)|Kevin Fallon|June 10, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Competition could come from Terence Mann, who charms in Pippin, or Charl Brown from the mostly ignored Motown the Musical.
Andrea Martin has only one big scene in Pippin, but it stops the show almost every night.
But not so much in 1996, when a then-foundering Apple introduced the “multimedia” hardware platform, the Pippin.
Among the musical honorees lie Matilda, The Musical, The Mystery of Edwin Drood, Pippin, and Kinky Boots.Amanda Seyfried Nabs Givenchy Campaign; Vogue UK Gets a Little Sister|The Fashion Beast Team|May 1, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Pippin neither saw nor heard them; his voice poured out in waves of song, longing, rejoicing, triumphant.
Absurd that they should all sit and watch Pippin eating his dinner, but they did.
With a little bow and another regretful look around him, Pippin turned toward the door.
Pippin held the lemonade to the boy's lips, and patted the pillows tenderly, as a woman might.
As Pippin was tying up the bread, the girl began to ask questions.
Word Origin for pippin
"excellent person or thing," 1897, from coveted varieties of apple that were raised from seed (so called since early 15c.), from Middle English pipin "seed" (see pip (n.1)).