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A father
an informal term for a father ( ;
Hmm.. yo Pops in calling my cellphone, b****
by The Chow Man October 21, 2004
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Briefly, "the realization that each random passerby is living a life as vivid and complex as your own." Originally from the Dictionary of Obscure Sorrows, which has a lot more beautiful neologism definitions like this you might enjoy.
I felt deep sonder thinking about the all the people who looked up this word along with me.
by rednos January 10, 2013
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The derivative of crackle, which is the derivative of snap, which is the derivative of jerk, which is the derivative of acceleration, which is the derivative of velocity, which is the derivative of distance.
The cars instantantaneous pop was measured at 60m/s^6
by Ak15 May 07, 2013
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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
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"Pop" is what people from Michigan, Minnesota, and Washington use to denote "soda."
Washingtonian: Is there a pop machine in this venue? I am truly parched.
Californian: "Pot machine?" When did they begin the enterprise of vending the cannabis?
Washingtonian: No, good sir. I requested a "pop" machine.
Californian: Is "pop" some other form of illegal or illicit substance?
Washingtonian: No, bloke. Look here: "pop" as in a soft drink--such as a cola beverage, for example.
Californian: Ho! You desire to beseech a "soda."
Washingtonian: It's "pop," damnit. "Pop."
by discolemur July 20, 2004
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1- Its p.o.p. cuz i got to keep my mind on my riches

2- p.o.p. for life
by Moneymake June 29, 2010
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1. (adj) popular; mainstream
2. (n)
a. something that is popular (especially music)
b. soft drink or soda
3. (v)
a. to shoot
b. to hit; to slug; to punch
1. Pop music is usually catchy, but it can be overplayed.
2.
a. Madonna's music is an example of pop.
b. I would like nice, cold pop, please.
3.
a. He popped a cap in his ass.
b. I popped him in the jaw.
by Marchant July 23, 2004
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