[pop-ee-kok] /ˈpɒp iˌkɒk/
(informal) senseless chatter; nonsense
1865, American English, probably from Dutch dialect pappekak, from Middle Dutch pappe “soft food” (see pap) + kak “dung,” from Latin cacare “to excrete” (see caca).
[1865+; apparently fr Dutch pappekak, ”soft dung”]
- Poppy day
noun 1. an informal name for Remembrance Sunday
noun 1. the plant family Papaveraceae, characterized by chiefly herbaceous plants having white, yellow, or reddish juice, alternate and often lobed or dissected leaves, showy, usually solitary flowers, and capsular fruit, and including bloodroot, creamcups, greater celandine, and poppies of the genera Papaver, Eschscholzia, Argemone, and others.
[pop-ee-hed] /ˈpɒp iˌhɛd/ noun, Architecture. 1. a finial or other ornament, often richly carved, as the top of the upright end of a bench or pew. /ˈpɒpɪˌhɛd/ noun 1. the hard dry seed-containing capsule of a poppy See also capsule (sense 3a) 2. a carved ornament, esp one used on the top of the end […]
noun 1. (def 4).