Kewpie



[kyoo-pee] /ˈkyu pi/

Trademark.
1.
a brand name for a small, very plump doll with a topknot, usually made of plaster or celluloid.
n.

1909, American English, coined by their illustrator, Rose C. O’Neill (1874-1944), as an altered form of a diminutive of Cupid.

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