A friendly greeting exchange commonly used within the farming and building industries.
Originating on the Isle of Wight the word has now entered the electrical industry in the westend of london and is gathering pase.
The word was first used as an exchange between an elderly cyclist and some builders accompanied by a had hand gesture.
A slight nod can be a nice accomplishment to this exchange.
Pig Farmer 1: Werp
Pig Farmer 2: Werp!
To drop something while walking and bend over to pick it up, only to be awkwardly, accidently humped by the person who was walking behind you but not paying attention.
You drop your pencil in a hallway while your friend is walking behind you. You stop to pick it up as he "Werps" you in your behind.
A burp from the inside. When your asophagus burps but you do not.
werp (nown) dirt, rubbish, infection, junk, nonsense and pretty much everything else of that ilk.
werpish (adjective) scruffy, dirty, bad, too cold, too hot, smelly etc.
I woke up feeling distinctly werpish. I went to the bathroom and looked at my tongue. It was covered in werp. I felt sick and werped all over the basin. When my wife saw this she went into a real werpy mood. I rang my daughter and she was sympathetic but had problems of her own. Her partner, an amicable and unwerpish person, could not start his car because of a werped out battery. So he took her car which left her to walk to work in very werpish weather.
a really fat person. a word to substitute any noun in a sentence.
look at that werrrrrrrrrrrrrrp. that chic is a werp. oi werp shut the fuck up!