(of animals) living in dung
[kop] /kɒp/ verb (used with object), copped, copping. Informal. 1. to catch; nab. 2. to steal; filch. 3. to buy (narcotics). Verb phrases 4. cop out, Idioms 5. cop a plea, [kop] /kɒp/ noun, Informal. 1. a police officer. 2. a person who seeks to regulate a specified behavior, activity, practice, etc.: character cops. [kop] […]
noun 1. a children’s game in which a group of players imitate the behavior of police and of thieves, as in pursuing and capturing.
[kops] /kɒps/ noun 1. a thicket of small trees or bushes; a small wood. /kɒps/ noun 1. another word for coppice (sense 1) n. 1570s, “small wood grown for purposes of periodic cutting,” contraction of coppice.
[kopt] /kɒpt/ noun 1. a member of the . 2. a native Egyptian claiming descent from the ancient Egyptians. /kɒpt/ noun 1. a member of the Coptic Church 2. an Egyptian descended from the ancient Egyptians n. “native monophosyte Christian of Egypt,” 1610s, from Modern Latin Coptus, from Arabic quft, probably from Coptic gyptios, from […]