from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Hill; mountain.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A small hill.
- n. In Holland, the name given to the liter when used as a dry measure.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
The enemy had reached the top of the "kop" on the evening of the second day of the fight, not, however, without having sustained considerable losses.
But if the Reb didn't realize that saying nasty things about gay people in New York City -- especially in the wake of a gay student's jump off the GW and an attack on some young gay men that sure sounds like a hate crime -- is not good strategy for a candidate already known for a distinct lack of polish, then Levin committed what even less devout Jews call a goyische kop.
The Archbishop didn't show, no goyishche kop he, and here's where the story gets odd.
Pingback: Protesten Braziliaanse universiteit hard de kop ingedrukt - Sargasso
Protesten Braziliaanse universiteit hard de kop ingedrukt22-06-2009 om 15: 49 door Carlos Protesten Braziliaanse universiteit hard de kop ingedrukt | ‘moral-effect bombs’ verspre … Brazilië, geweld, Politie, protest, universiteit, Waan v/d Dag Terug naar het [...] 22 June 2009, 13: 49 pm
“I'm a little tsedreyt in kop disoriented, but I'll be okay,” the holy man says.
"I'm a littletsedreyt in kop (disoriented), but I'll be okay," the holy man says.
When I would say “Kop, kop” to it, it would come so close I could even hold it.
I agree that when you use it AS AN ADJECTIVE, as in “goyische kop,” the adjectival form is likely pejorative, as when my mom refers to tattoos as “goyishe crap”.
You will see locker room footage of Impact coach John Limniatis and nice shots of UM02 in the kop.
Wordnik is becoming a not-for-profit! Read our announcement here.