Lipped:

1) Past-Tense Verb A term that originated in Port Credit, Mississauga that means to get insulted, or to get chirped.

2) Verb Lipping; To Lip. To insult, or chirp in the present tense.
Stop lipping off before I knock you out.

I cant believe an 8 year old lipped me.

You hurt my feelings when you lip me.
by TheLipper June 10, 2010
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Lipped:

1) Past-Tense Verb A term that originated in Port Credit, Mississauga that means to get insulted, or to get chirped.

2) Verb Lipping; To Lip. To insult, or chirp in the present tense.
"Damn man, I can believe that 8 year old lipped me!"
by TheLipper June 10, 2010
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To kiss or make out with someone.
Adam: Jay, you alright, you know.
Bailey: You two should just fucking lips by now.
Jay: Nah shut up man, he didn’t mean it that way, you dickhead.
by SlangForDays February 16, 2021
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To use ones lips on another persons lips whom you loke. In order to express the loke one has. Its often done in a exclusive way.
" I lipped that girl I like the other day .. She be lipping amazing and told me I sucked"
by OldDumby January 01, 2019
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