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tup

 (tŭp)
n.
1. Chiefly British A male sheep; a ram.
2. A heavy metal body, especially the head of a power hammer.
v. tupped, tup·ping, tups
v.tr.
To copulate with (a ewe). Used of a ram.
v.intr.
To copulate with a ewe.

[Middle English tupe.]

tup

(tʌp)
n
1. (Animals) chiefly Brit an uncastrated male sheep; ram
2. (Tools) the head of a pile-driver or steam hammer
vb (tr) , tups, tupping or tupped
3. (Agriculture) to cause (a ram) to mate with a ewe, or (of a ram) to mate with (a ewe)
4. dialect Lancashire to butt (someone), as in a fight
[C14: of unknown origin]

tup

(tʌp)

n.
1. Chiefly Brit. a male sheep; ram.
2. the head of a falling hammerlike mechanism, as of a steam hammer.
[1300–50; Middle English tope, tupe ram]

tup


Past participle: tupped
Gerund: tupping

Imperative
tup
tup
Present
I tup
you tup
he/she/it tups
we tup
you tup
they tup
Preterite
I tupped
you tupped
he/she/it tupped
we tupped
you tupped
they tupped
Present Continuous
I am tupping
you are tupping
he/she/it is tupping
we are tupping
you are tupping
they are tupping
Present Perfect
I have tupped
you have tupped
he/she/it has tupped
we have tupped
you have tupped
they have tupped
Past Continuous
I was tupping
you were tupping
he/she/it was tupping
we were tupping
you were tupping
they were tupping
Past Perfect
I had tupped
you had tupped
he/she/it had tupped
we had tupped
you had tupped
they had tupped
Future
I will tup
you will tup
he/she/it will tup
we will tup
you will tup
they will tup
Future Perfect
I will have tupped
you will have tupped
he/she/it will have tupped
we will have tupped
you will have tupped
they will have tupped
Future Continuous
I will be tupping
you will be tupping
he/she/it will be tupping
we will be tupping
you will be tupping
they will be tupping
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been tupping
you have been tupping
he/she/it has been tupping
we have been tupping
you have been tupping
they have been tupping
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been tupping
you will have been tupping
he/she/it will have been tupping
we will have been tupping
you will have been tupping
they will have been tupping
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been tupping
you had been tupping
he/she/it had been tupping
we had been tupping
you had been tupping
they had been tupping
Conditional
I would tup
you would tup
he/she/it would tup
we would tup
you would tup
they would tup
Past Conditional
I would have tupped
you would have tupped
he/she/it would have tupped
we would have tupped
you would have tupped
they would have tupped
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.tup - uncastrated adult male sheeptup - uncastrated adult male sheep; "a British term is `tup'"
horn - one of the bony outgrowths on the heads of certain ungulates
sheep - woolly usually horned ruminant mammal related to the goat
Translations
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