Definitions

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. Same as nupson.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A simpleton; a fool.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • And so what they don ` t want is even if she went to court, even if she lost on the basis of the pre-nup, that is the last thing that Nike and Gatorade and the rest of the sponsors spending who are $92 million a year in contracts with him want.

    CNN Transcript Dec 3, 2009

  • "The Times of London" reports that Madonna and Ritchie do not have a pre-nup, meaning that, if there is a divorce, up to half of Madonna ` s estimated $600 million fortune could be up for discussion.

    CNN Transcript Jun 27, 2008

  • Sthef signed a pre-nup, meaning she walks away from the short-lived experience with nada.

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  • Shop assistants who say "nup" every time you ask them a question (see previous post here).

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  • What was yours before your marriage will always remain yours, pre nup or not.

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  • Although the Mexican system may have red tape, I like the fact that they have a pre-nup arrangement built into the system.

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  • If at some point in your relationship having a pre-nup is going to be the make it or break it factor, in which direction would you want to push forward?

    Marah Nudel: Divorce & Music Part 1: Gold Digger

  • Possibly, the most notable lines of the song read, If you ain't no punk, holla we want pre-nup.

    Marah Nudel: Divorce & Music Part 1: Gold Digger

  • You have a CEO with a pre-nup and the wife then shows how if she did the work of the cook, the nanny and chauffeur it would be worth $400,000 a year.

    Jill Brooke: Raoul Felder On Celebrity Splits, Divorce News Of The Day

  • The engagement was fun but the pre-nup got too complex, 'wrote Brown in a memo to her staff today, obtained by Intel.

    HUFFPOST HILL - OCTOBER 18TH, 2010

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  • "A simpleton; a fool."

    --Century Dictionary

    (also, pun backwards)

    February 4, 2011