[lar-uh-ping] /ˈlær ə pɪŋ/
adverb, Chiefly Western U.S.
That was a larruping good meal.
[lar-uh p] /ˈlær əp/
verb (used with object), larruped, larruping.
to beat or thrash.
(transitive) (dialect) to beat or flog
“to beat, thrash,” 1823, of unknown origin, possibly related to Dutch larpen “to thrash.” First mentioned as a Suffolk dialect word.
To beat; thrash; clobber, lambaste, lather (1839+)
[lar-ee] /ˈlær i/ noun, plural larries. 1. a hoe with a perforated blade for mixing mortar or plaster. [lar-ee] /ˈlær i/ noun, plural larries. 1. . [lar-ee] /ˈlær i/ noun 1. a male given name, form of , . [ad-ler; for 1–3 also ahd-ler] /ˈæd lər; for 1–3 also ˈɑd lər/ noun 1. Alfred, 1870–1937, […]
- Larry bird
[burd] /bɜrd/ noun 1. Larry, born 1956, U.S. basketball player. /bɜːd/ noun 1. any warm-blooded egg-laying vertebrate of the class Aves, characterized by a body covering of feathers and forelimbs modified as wings. Birds vary in size between the ostrich and the humming bird related adjectives avian ornithic 2. (informal) a person (usually preceded by […]
noun, Metallurgy. 1. a car moving on rails and equipped on its underside with a hopper, used to charge coke ovens from above.
[lar-ee] /ˈlær i/ noun 1. a male given name, form of , . /ˈlærɪ/ noun 1. (Brit & Austral, NZ, informal) happy as Larry, as happy as Larry, extremely happy masc. proper name, often a familiar form of Lawrence.