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A flea

Hadway wi ye man, ye liftin wi lops.

A disabled person, a cripple

He's a lop; it mentions here about his getting up to the stand with his crippled leg but it doesn't say which one..

To cut off as the top or extreme part of anything, especially to prune a small limb off a shrub or tree
{v} to cut short
{n} a branch cut off, a flea
cultivate, tend, and cut back the growth of; "dress the plants in the garden"
– Local Oversight Program
If you lop something off, you cut it away from what it was attached to, usually with a quick, strong stroke. Somebody lopped the heads off our tulips. men with axes, lopping off branches His ponytail had been lopped off. = chop
{s} hanging loosely, drooping
In TL1, LOP generally refers to a loss of pointer event - the manifestation of a fault such as a circuitry failure
To let hang down; as, to lop the head
To cut off as the top or extreme part of anything; to shoorten by cutting off the extremities; to cut off, or remove, as superfluous parts; as, to lop a tree or its branches
cut off from a whole; "His head was severed from his body"; "The soul discerped from the body"
If you lop an amount of money or time off something such as a budget or a schedule, you reduce the budget or schedule by that amount. The Air France plane lopped over four hours off the previous best time More than 100 million pounds will be lopped off the prison building programme. To hang or let hang loosely; droop
Loss of Pointer: A condition at the receiver or a maintenance signal transmitted in the PHY overhead indicating that the receiving equipment has lost the pointer to the start of cell in the payload This is used to monitor the performance of the PHY layer
Hanging down; as, lop ears; used also in compound adjectives; as, lopeared; lopsided
Loss of pointer Failure state in the SONET signal where a receiving network cannot identify or lock on the pointer value of the header one and two bytes to show the location of synchronous payload envelope (SPE)
To cut off one of more branches of a tree, whether standing, felled or fallen
A line of bearing to a known origin or reference, upon which a vessel is assumed to be located An LOP is determined by observation (visual bearing) or measurement (radar, horizontal sextant angles) An LOP is assumed to be a straight line for visual bearings, or an arc of a circle (radar range)
{f} cut off; prune a tree or other plant; remove, eliminate; hang limply, droop
To cut limbs from standing trees (24)
+ lop off lop off
To hang downward; to be pendent; to lean to one side
Loss of Pointer
To cut partly off and bend down; as, to lop bushes in a hedge
{i} something which has been cut off; small branches and twigs cut from a tree
That which is lopped from anything, as branches from a tree
1) To chop branches, tops or small trees after felling so that the slash will lie close to the ground 2) To cut the limbs from a felled tree
Having ears that sag or bend

He's always taking in some lop-eared stray dog.

lop eared
{s} having drooping ears (of animals)
having bent or drooping ears; "a lop-eared hound
fit as a lop
In good health, fitness
A person who lops
To lop
(of plants or trees) having the top or outer parts cut off; "lopped-off branches"
past of lop
(of plants or trees) having the top or outer parts cut off; "lopped-off branches
One who lops or cuts off
To turn sour and coagulate from too long standing, as milk
A gardening tool used for lopping
a long-handled edge tool with a curved blade at the end and sometimes a clipper; used to prune small trees
{i} person or thing that lops; one who cuts off; one who prunes trees or plants
{i} part which is cut off
present participle of lop
A cutting off, as of branches; that which is cut off; leavings
Chopping branches, tops, and small trees after felling into lengths such that the resultant slash will lie close to the ground
Pruning or pollarding as a means of harvesting small-diameter branches, typically for firewood or leaf fodder
chopping branches, tops and small trees after felling into lengths such that the resultant slash will lie close to the ground
third-person singular of lop
plural of lop
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    /ˈläp/ /ˈlɑːp/


    [ läp ] (noun.) 14th century. From Middle English loppe (“flea, spider”), from Old English loppe (“spider, silk-worm, flea”), from Proto-Germanic *luppōn (“flea, sandflea", originally, "jumper”), from Proto-Germanic *luppjanan (“to jump, dart”). Cognate with Danish loppe (“flea”), Swedish loppa (“flea”), Middle High German lüpfen, lupfen (“to release and raise aloft, move quickly”).


    lops, lopping, lopped

    Gemeinsame Collocations

    lop off

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