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Etymology: Derived from St. Papulus; a priest martyred during the persecutions of Diocletian.

In Peckham and Brixton, (rough areas of London), - 'Papulus' is an affirmative adjective that plays on the onomatopoeia of a gunshot: - "Pap pap."
"I'm not fabulous man... *I'm papulus...*"

'Pap' prefix may be accompanied by hand motions imitating a pistol.
by Cherokee Shoot Long October 18, 2010

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