Origin of poppet
Definition for poppet (2 of 2)
or pop·pet, pop-it
Origin of poppit
Examples from the Web for poppet
I had my 14-year-old daughter, Poppet, instruct me in how to watch an episode of Girls on my computer.
I have two daughters, Poppet and her 17-year-old sister Muffin.
Poppet says, “I made this for you in Arts and Crafts class.”
A bottle of The Glenlivet, aged in the cask longer than Poppet and Buster put together.
Dr. Poppet stepped that way and went over to Helens bed, where Mary the under servant was putting ointment on the wound.
Poppet, curl up in that chair and keep watch on our patient while this gentleman and I have a little talk in the outer room.The Clarion|Samuel Hopkins Adams
Mrs. Pollard hastily withdrew and commanded Dr. Poppet to follow her.
Halliwell gives: 'Poplet, a term of endearment, generally applied to a young girl: poppet is still in common use.'Chaucer's Works, Volume 5 (of 7) -- Notes to the Canterbury Tales|Geoffrey Chaucer
"You should not eat so much, poppet," drawled Charles Annesley to the Spaniard.Library Of The World's Best Literature, Ancient And Modern, Vol 4|Charles Dudley Warner