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hip 1

 (hĭp)
n.
1.
a. The laterally projecting prominence of the pelvis or pelvic region from the waist to the thigh.
b. A homologous posterior part in quadrupeds.
c. The hip joint.
2. Architecture The external angle formed by the meeting of two adjacent sloping sides of a roof.

[Middle English, from Old English hype.]

hip 2

 (hĭp) also hep (hĕp)
adj. hip·per, hip·pest also hep·per or hep·pest Slang
1. Keenly aware of or knowledgeable about the latest trends or developments.
2. Very fashionable or stylish.

[Origin unknown.]

hip n. & v.
hip′ly adv.
hip′ness n.

hip 3

 (hĭp)
n.
A rose hip.

[Middle English hipe, from Old English hēope.]

hip 4

 (hĭp)
interj.
Usually used to begin a cheer: Hip, hip, hooray!
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STEVE WRAITH, having just got his manager's licence, has signed Darlington's Neil Hepper and Thornaby's Cameroon Olympian Christian Adjoufack.
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HONLEY Probus Club observed a silence as a mark of respect for senior member Jack Hepper, who died recently.
Professor Peter Hepper, of Queen's University Belfast, will be a keynote speaker at Babywatch 2015, the healthcare symposium organised by foetal medicine educational charity Innermost Learning.
Pictured inset left, Sion Evans, Derek Hepper, Jon Doodwin and Lyndsey Williams from Ysgol Y Gogarth
Professor Peter Hepper outlines the problems to presenter Ranvir Singh, while she meets four people affected by Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder.
Goodings, Ward, Barnes, Lynden Watt, Mohammed Waqas, Jonson McClumpha, John Green and Neil Hepper signed up for next month.
Lead author Dr Erica Hepper said that the results clearly show that if narcissists are encouraged to consider the situation from their teammate or friend's point-of-view, they are likely to respond in a much more considerate and sympathetic way, which is good for their own wellbeing, as well as for the people around them.
Darlington light-welterweight Neil Hepper boxes for the first time since being blasted out inside a round by Olympic champion Luke Campbell in an infinitely more winnable match against York journeyman Graham Fearn.
Fellow London 2012 gold medallist Luke Campbell also enjoyed a first-round win, stopping Darlington lightweight Neil Hepper.