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37.
sop
To spooge all over the place, in a messy, and often hasty, fashion.
The party was going great, until Dogroll whipped around and sopped in my eye.
by Hanzeus November 04, 2003
 
1.
sop
Actually it means, Standard Operating Procedure
Pee in the cup soldier! It's SOP!
by anotherguy October 22, 2003
 
2.
sop
Standing Operating Procedure (SOP) - Commonly and erroneously referred to as Standard Operating Procedure. Written military directives defining the actions to be taken upon the occurance of specific events.
In the event this unit receives female soldiers, SOP requires that the showers be monitored by the senior NCO. If the senior NCO is male, sunglasses will be issued to him by the Charge of Quarters.
by Rick Q November 11, 2005
 
3.
sop
Someone who is soppy: overly emotional, overly romantic, and generally being a wuss. You wouldn't call yourself a sop, you'd call someone who wasn't being hard enough one. Commonly used in the UK.
This song makes you cry? God, you're such a sop!
by Ben XO January 19, 2006
 
4.
Standard Operating Procedure. Things that are routine and come naturally to a person. Commonly pronounced as "soppy"
"Ain't no big deal ... Shit is soppy"
 
5.
sop
to soak up gravy or other liquid like foods with bread or other material
I sopped the molasses with the biscuit.
by rbwjazzflavor June 07, 2003
 
6.
sop
Homer Simpson's misspelling of the word 'stop'.

In the Simpsons Movie, when Homer located the truck in which his family was being held, he made an attempt to hold the truck off for a moment, using a red hexagon (as opposed to an octagon) with the word 'SOP' sloppily painted on it. But as with almost anything that Homer does, it actually worked.
"Come on, we can't pause at every 'sop', 'yeld', or 'one vay' sign we see!!"
by Tengu May 22, 2008
 
7.
Abbreviation for the TV show The Sopranos, the greatest programme in TV history. Ever.
John: I don't fancy going out tonight, what shall we do?
David: Let's just chill with a few beers and put Sops on.
by George Payne April 12, 2008