Volp, emerging from the Austrian word Vilp.
Primarily meaning "Mother's Offspring", In today's society this is often seen as a "Mummy's Boy".

Vilp, presently established as Volp, often wears cardigans and pumps. Sometimes mistaken as dressing like a young female, Volp is a male name.
1) Where's Volp? "He's at home getting his hair done by his mum".

2) Yo, i had three cardigans last week, now i only have one!! "Did you have Volp over at the weekend?"
by Sturgy. January 13, 2010

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