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Definition of loup in English:

verb& noun

Scottish and northern English variant of leap.
Example sentences
  • A minute later they've louped a fence and are darting through some trees and up a hill, oblivious to a nervous-looking group of sheep.

Origin

Middle English: from Old Norse hlaupa (verb), hlaup (noun).

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