Origin of poppet
or pop·pet, pop-it
Origin of poppit
Examples from the Web for poppet
Contemporary Examples of 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.
Historical Examples of poppet
You go your own godless way, free of burdens—you and your Christian poppet.Ghetto Comedies
She made me a poppet of a piece of scarlet cloth, and I called it after her.
"I'm glad I remembered to save my poppet," Dolly sought to find some comfort.
He said as much to Dolly, but she held her poppet closer and shook her head.
Because she ground the corn and fetched wood all day, and she had no poppet.
Word Origin for poppet
"small human figure used in witchcraft and sorcery," c.1300, early form of puppet (n.). Meaning "small or dainty person" is recorded from late 14c.; later a term of endearment but also in other cases one of contempt.