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  • Don't know what the whining Belgian 'salop' is bitching about, should have cost loads more than £55!

    Army Rumour Service

  • As in “Je crois que ton pénis est plus petit que ton cerveau, salop!”


  • The king lent him the salop (a measure of about two quarts), and the monkey returned to Juan.

    Philippine Folk-Tales

  • The next day he borrowed the salop again and the coin stuck in the bottom was half a peso, and the third day the coin was a peso, but these he assured the king were of no more consequence to his master than the copper.

    Philippine Folk-Tales

  • As soon as he reached his house, he went to his brother's to borrow a salop.

    Filipino Popular Tales

  • [66] Then he inserted several pesetas and ten-centavo pieces in the cracks of the salop, and returned the measure.

    Filipino Popular Tales

  • When Pedro saw the coins sticking in the cracks of his measure, he said, "What did you do with the salop?"

    Filipino Popular Tales

  • "You are _salop_," said the upper berth lady, -- which is untranslatable, not on grounds of propriety but of idiom.

    Christopher and Columbus

  • "_Salop, salop_," said the lower berth, beating her hand on the wooden edge of her bunk.

    Christopher and Columbus

  • "It is shameful for girls to be _salop_," said the upper berth.

    Christopher and Columbus


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  • Spotted in a 1712 cookbook.

    January 11, 2016