A synonym for soda used by people living in upstate New York. Usually in the Buffalo-Rochester area. Term comes from the Soda Pop Company's slogan 'Just can't stop until you've had soda POP!' establish in 1904.
I'm thirsty. Do you have any pop?
by Brittany-Brittany December 03, 2009
a synonym of "soft drink" (UK), which is most commomly used in the East midlands and Yorkshire regions of the United Kingdom.
Are you going to the shop to get us some pop, mate?

by max1981 October 20, 2008
A gurl whose bin around da block many times..has had sex many times..a mild version of a prostitute.
Ayo son don't go out wit her..sheez a pop..she nasty..she fucked mad niggaz.
by Prince Kong August 19, 2008
It's kind of like the word fuck, its very versitile, and can be used in many situations. The best way to understand the word is by using it.
Let's pop off
that shit really popped me
id pop that.
should we pop out of here
whats poppin
i dont know if this pops you at all but i seen this bitch fall last night popped her head right off,which in turn popped me
by Logan Sparks January 27, 2008
1. A type of popular melodic mainstream music.
2. A series of carbonated drinks.
3. To kill or shoot someone.
4. To take or use ecstasy.
1. Have you heard that new pop song, "Behind These Hazel Eyes", by Kelly Clarkson?
2. <Person 1> Wanna go drink some coke?
<Person 2> You sure you don't want to snort it?
<Person 1> Nah, I'm talking about coke as in coke-Pepsi-coke.
3. <African American Person> Nigga, we did a drive by last week, and nigga we pop his head good.
4. <Asian American Person In A Rave> I need some E to get a high. Got any tabs?
by The Six-Oh-Four August 19, 2005
1. An acronym for "Popular".

2. A type of music which has been created in order to target a specific demographic which is most likely to buy the music; This is currently 8-16 year olds. Pop is really a sub-genre of many other genres (such as R&B, Punk, Rap), however songs are usually written using no more than four chords, following an "ABABCB" pattern of verse, chorus and instrumental. Also it is rare for a pop band to write their own songs, instead having their songs written by some Music College proffessional song writer. Another important part of pop music is image; generally, boy bands/artists tend to look "sexy" and like "bad boys", whilst girl bands/artists tend to be "rebels" against society. However, it is important to note that it is rarely what the artist/band is really like.

3. Bands of other genre's (e.g. Rock, dance) may become pop when they hit the mainstream. This is usually because they have been successful enough in their own genres for concert and album sales for their record companies to use them in the charts to earn a lot more money. The major differences between commercial pop bands and those which "find their way" into pop are that that they usually DO write their own songs, create their own image, even play their own instruments... but can relish in the fact that they don't have to. This music is usually much better, too.

4. Can be used as an acronym for genre's

5. A type of carbonated soft drink. Usually fizzy.
1. "Whoa look at that bloke, he's so pop"
2. Avril Lavigne, Britney Spears, Mcfly, Busted are all pop bands.
3. Green Day are a good example of this - They've managed to appeal to the mainstream as well as their old fans.
4. Pop-Rock, Pop-Punk
5. Coca-Cola, Pepsi, Tizer
by Gary April 24, 2005
a small gang that has been known to hang around white plains, new york and other various locations. p.o.p. stands for paper over pussy. ironically, they dont actually make any money. they just go around starting fights and jumping people. some people would say that they are soft since they all fight in big groups and none of them do shit alone.
"P.O.P. paper over pussy!"
by SMH94 July 21, 2010

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