[poo-poo for 1, 3; poo-poo for 2] /ˈpuˌpu for 1, 3; ˈpuˈpu for 2/
noun, Baby Talk.
verb (used with or without object)
make poo-poo, to defecate.
Excrement; poo, poop •A euphemism used to and by children: He reverts to that childishness of poo-poo caca
[1970s+; fr poop]
noun, Slang. 1. a circular, list of instructions, press release, etc., providing information about a particular subject. noun phrase Any set of data, instructions, official notices, etc: Here’s the poop sheet from the comptroller [1935+ Army & students; origin unknown; perhaps fr poop, ”excrement”; improbably but possibly an unaccounted shortening of liripoop, ”lore, tricks of […]
noun Sweetheart; babe, honey •Often a term of endearment: I hear you, poopsie (1940s+)
- Poop someone up
verb phrase To inform; brief; FILL someone IN, PUT someone IN THE PICTURE (1970s+ Army)
noun 1. .