MP
Acronym for "Multiple Pops." When a prostitute allows multiple ejaculations for one fee. Same as MSOG.
$300/hr w/MP
by JD March 26, 2004
MP
Military Police. Used in military complexes or installations founded by the army. Often seen standing at doors that require personal identification / guarding.
Those MP's sure are grumpy!
by Nemesis6 February 10, 2003
MP
Member of Parliament (british term)
Tony Blair reluctantly bowed to the demands of the chancellor and rebel MPs by promising to step down within 12 months.
by sean tori September 07, 2006
mp
alternate name for mana, called magic points or mana points in video games.
I've run out of MP!'
by justin L. May 25, 2005
MP
Military Police. A branch in the US Army, but usually used to describe the soldiers of that same branch. They are tasked with a dual mission: In garrison, they act in a law and order capacity, performing guard duties as well as Community Law Enforcement (CLE). In their wartime mission, they engage in MSR recon, MSR security (aka. combat patrols - seek and destroy enemies/IEDs along Main Supply Routes,) and convoy security.
The MPs are never around when I need one, and always around when I don't!
by PV2 Steensen October 14, 2005
mp
'Machine pistol.' Precedes the number of certain weapon names.
The soldier carried an MP5.
by Nicolai February 15, 2004
MP
Stands for Magic Pussy. Very rare, but some women have it and when they share it with you, you become addicted and almost obsessed. Once you experience the MP, you'll never forget and no other pussy will compare.
He can't get enough of her MP

She's got the MP, that's why he so obsessed with her.
by wazitgonnabe February 05, 2010
MP
MP, simply put, stands for awesome. Awesome, as in cool. MP comes from some Russian or Norwegian slang for package. Package as in penis. Its something like "Mogrus Parcus". Language currently unknown.
by Douglas Firth September 26, 2009

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