It stands for a bad old pussy. It can mean a nasty vagina or it can be used to describe someone you do not like.
Dude, that girl I was with last night was such a bop.
by Lauren Sheee September 22, 2007
Dan Seals, 1986 chart-topper.
Pretty good song
I wanna to ride in your 55 T-bird
Drive thru some old memories
I ain't after your body baby
I just want you to dance with me
by Winnie The Shit November 28, 2003
To get high
"Hey you wants to bop!?"
by Cwazy boppa January 13, 2009
The act of smoking marijuana.
Wants to go and Bop?
Let's bop!
by k8e sp December 19, 2008
a hood runner, turf work. easy beezie. a promiscious female. refer to these type of broads as bops. or boppers if you prefer. be creative...
bop-tomitrist, bop-tology, she is bop-polar. she take a non stop flight to bop-ston, she play for the charlotte bop-cats, most bop-ular class of 2008...boperation gettalotta bop?
by sensai March 19, 2008
Klingon Bird Of Prey from Star Trek.
Star Trek Episode:

Crew member: "Captain, I'm getting something on the radar."

Captain: "On screen!" "Oh no... It's a BOP!!!"
by Da_King August 29, 2006
A form of walking with exaggerated movements or gestures. Usually a strange swagger or a false limp is employed, somtimes with one or both arms swinging. The purpose of the bop is to give the performer a tough or self confident image, and in the case of a limp, to suggest that he has been the victim of a shooting somewhere in his leg or waist. The more ridiclous looking the bop is, the bigger a pussy the person is likely to be. Laughing aloud at one of these performers will usually be greeted with no more than a scowl or frown, known as a screwface. If you happen to get in the way of a bop the performer may 'kiss his teeth' and may even attempt to barge past you. Do not hesitate to reprimand the performer, he is quite harmless. He may incinuate that he has a loaded pistol by cocking his fingers like a gun. It is unlikely.
Feel free to add more examples, these are examples I have witnessed -

the brixton slide - one leg walks almost normally while the other (usually highlighted with a rolled up trouser leg)is swung by the hip, so that the foot drags along the floor.

the battersea clock bop- along with a strange swagger, one arm is swung in front of the body in a pendulum like motion from left to right, as if the performer is miming a walking grandfather clock.

the Richmond hop - the performer takes three large steps, and on the fourth makes a small hopping movement. For example, he would take three steps, right foot, left foot, right foot, and instead of going back to the left he propels himself into the air off the right, lands back on the right foot and plants the left to begin the sequence again. It sometimes resembles a sprinter warming down after a race.
by El Watusi June 28, 2006

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