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poop 1

 (po͞op)
n.
1. An enclosed superstructure at the stern of a ship.
2. A poop deck.
tr.v. pooped, poop·ing, poops
1. To break over the stern of (a ship). Used of a wave.
2. To take (a wave) over the stern.

[Middle English poupe, from Old French, from Latin puppis.]

poop 2

 (po͞op)
tr.v. pooped, poop·ing, poops Slang
To cause to become fatigued; tire: "Many people stop here, pooped by the short, steep climb" (Sierra Club Guides to the National Parks).
Phrasal Verb:
poop out Slang
1. To quit because of exhaustion: poop out of a race.
2. To decide not to participate, especially at the last moment.

[Origin unknown.]

poop 3

 (po͞op)
n. Slang
Inside information: She gave me all the poop on the company party.

[Origin unknown.]

poop 4

 (po͞op)
n. Slang
A person regarded as very disagreeable.

[Perhaps short for nincompoop.]

poop 5

 (po͞op) Informal
n.
Excrement.
intr.v. pooped, poop·ing, poops
v.intr.
To defecate.
v.tr.
To defecate in (one's clothes or bed, for example).

[Possibly from obsolete poop, to break wind, from Middle English poupen, to blow a horn, toot, of imitative origin.]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.poop out - use up all one's strength and energy and stop working; "At the end of the march, I pooped out"
fatigue, jade, tire, weary, pall - lose interest or become bored with something or somebody; "I'm so tired of your mother and her complaints about my food"

poop 1

verb
Slang. To make extremely tired.Also used with out:
Informal: knock out, tucker (out).
Slang: do in.
Idioms: run ragged, take it out of.
phrasal verb
poop out
Slang. To lose so much strength and power as to become ineffective or motionless:
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