Definition of larrup in English:

larrup

Line breaks: lar¦rup
Pronunciation: /ˈlarəp
 
/

verb (larrups, larruping, larruped)

[with object] informal
Thrash or whip (a person or animal): Chrissie was being larruped with Nick’s belt
More example sentences
  • They've come away on a windy day with a result, but we should be larruping people like that.

Origin

early 19th century (originally dialect): perhaps related to lather or leather.

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