There are 2 definitions of hep in English:

hep1

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Pronunciation: /hɛp
 
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adjective

  • old-fashioned term for hip3.
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    • In the past one year, lightweight gold jewellery gained acceptance among the young and hep crowd, which used to associate gold with traditions, festival, and other ostentatious occasions.
    • His infamous recording studio the Gas Station could be considered the hub of the Canadian indie rock sound, plus he's one hep producer to boot.
    • They know they're the coolest little hole in the wall on Whyte, a prairie oasis of hep tunes wherein two currencies are accepted: cash or trade.

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There are 2 definitions of hep in English:

hep2

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Pronunciation: /hɛp
 
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noun

  • archaic or dialect term for hip2.
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    • With a décor akin to Juliana's in London and psychedelic lasers coupled with celebrity nights and live performances, Gatsby had the right ambience for the hep.

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Word of the day mage
Pronunciation: meɪdʒ
noun
a magician or learned person