[ hwuhp, wuhp ]
/ ʰwʌp, wʌp /

verb (used with object), whupped, whup·ping. South Midland and Southern U.S.

to whip; beat or defeat decisively: The top seed whupped his opponent in three straight sets.

Origin of whup

1890–95; orig. Scots form of whip
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/ (wʌp, wʊp) /

verb whups, whupping or whupped

(tr) mainly US informal to defeat totally; overwhelm

Word Origin for whup

C19: variant of whip
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