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Tup

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Noun

1. ram, tup

uncastrated adult male sheep

Example Sentences:
'a British term is tup''

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Tup

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noun
1. mainly British
an uncastrated male sheep; ram
2. 
the head of a pile-driver or steam hammer
verbWord forms: tups, tupping or tupped (transitive)
3. 
to cause (a ram) to mate with a ewe, or (of a ram) to mate with (a ewe)
4. Lancashire dialect
to butt (someone), as in a fight

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Tup

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noun Chiefly British
1. 
a male sheep; ram
2. 
the striking part of a pile driver or power hammer
verb transitiveWord forms: tupped or ˈtupping Chiefly British
3. 
to copulate with (a ewe)
said of a ram

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Tup

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n.
1. Chiefly British A male sheep; a ram.
2. A heavy metal body, especially the head of a power hammer.
v. tupped, tup·ping, tups
v.tr.
To copulate with (a ewe). Used of a ram.
v.intr.
To copulate with a ewe.

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