noun, plural kipoth, kipot, kipos
[Sephardic Hebrew kee-pawt; Ashkenazic Hebrew kee-pohs] /Sephardic Hebrew ki pɔt; Ashkenazic Hebrew kiˈpoʊs/ (Show IPA). English, kipas. Hebrew.
verb To steal: kiped some cherries from the bar (1960s+)
noun a small crescent-shaped Jewish butter cookie filled with jam or other fillings; also called kipferln Usage Note cooking
noun See kipfel
1. one thousand foot-pounds.