There are 5 definitions of poop in English:

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noun

(also poop deck) The aftermost and highest deck of a ship, especially in a sailing ship where it typically forms the roof of a cabin in the stern: there on the poop stood Captain Meech
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  • But then the roof of the top of the ship is a poop deck.
  • The poop deck, forecastle and upper deck were beautifully kept, although the bilge had suffered from some leakage and had been poorly patched up.
  • The two strangers led Midori and Aoi out and up a flight of stairs, onto the poop deck of the ship.

verb

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(Of a wave) break over the stern of (a ship), sometimes causing it to capsize: off Rame Head we were badly pooped

Origin

late Middle English: from Old French pupe, from a variant of Latin puppis 'stern'.

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Pronunciation: ˈapəzit
adjective
apt in the circumstances or relation to something

There are 5 definitions of poop in English:

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verb

North American informal
[with object] (often as adjective pooped) Exhaust: I was pooped and just flopped into bed
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  • I'm back, I'm pooped, I'm happy, I'm going to sleep,
  • I'm absolutely pooped this morning - I'm not even sure why, as yesterday was generally a pretty relaxing day - work was far from stressful, and the fireworks in the evening were a fun but gentle way of passing the time.
  • The reindeer are pooped, think we'll stay here awhile.

Origin

1930s: of unknown origin.

Phrasal verbs

poop out

Stop functioning: the analogue tape fluttered slightly in pitch but didn’t poop out
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  • Just a few miles from the finish of a three-day automotive competition and rally, their car poops out.
  • Doc had it installed at Circuit City after the original factory model pooped out.

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There are 5 definitions of poop in English:

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informal , chiefly North American

noun

[mass noun]
Excrement: dog poop is a major source of water pollution on Cape Cod
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  • I was the one that they would, you know, one would lean over behind me and the other would give me a push and I would land in the dog manure, poop pile.
  • Aside from a few dog poop and erection jokes, some of the dialogue is surprisingly smart.
  • Then you have to act humble, mutter some incantation three times, then they throw dog poop on your shoes, and suddenly you are acting Prime Minister and Grand Poobah.

verb

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Defecate.
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  • Either that or they aren't held up by ‘the man’ and ‘society’ and the oppressive illogical moral arguments about not pooping your pants.
  • I was pooping myself because I hadn't played for years, but once I got into it I was fine.
  • This will require a bus, a couch on a trailer, 50 gallons of Tequila and Register readers lobbing Big Macs into the mouth of a giant, plastic vulture, which will then poop the burgers into our hands.

Origin

early 18th century: imitative.

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There are 5 definitions of poop in English:

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noun

[mass noun] informal , chiefly North American
Up-to-date or inside information: here’s the latest poop from Hollywood
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  • It gives the inside poop on the social scene at colleges from coast to coast.
  • What a relief to discover that my industrious good friend David Brown is hot on the trail of the schnooks who made a pile trading Cinram stock off the inside poop.
  • My own personal poop situation falls into the category of ‘too much information for my gentle blog-reading audience.’

Origin

1940s: of unknown origin.

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There are 5 definitions of poop in English:

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noun

informal , chiefly North American
A stupid or ineffectual person: he was making fun of an old poop

Origin

early 20th century: perhaps a shortening of nincompoop.

Derivatives

poopy

adjective (poopier, poopiest)
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  • On bad days I imagine growing old in a dust-covered house surrounded by hundreds of mounds of dirty laundry and piles of 40 year old poopy diapers because I will never again have the strength to clean my house.
  • They meet a couple of cute boys (a blonde for Jane, a brunette for Roxy), pick up a funny-looking dog in order to maximize the poopy jokes, and they run!
  • You want 1,000 words on puppy poopy, I'm your gal.

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