Definition of Neeps

1. Noun. (plural of neep) ¹



2. Noun. (chiefly Scotland) mashed swede (turnip in Scotland), especially when served with tatties (potatoes) and haggis. ¹

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Definition of Neeps

1. neep [n] - See also: neep

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Neeps

neeles
neelghau
neelghaus
neem
neem cake
neem seed
neem tree
neemb
neembs
neems
neencephalon
neener
neenish tart
neenish tarts
neep
neeps (current term)
neera
neesberry
neese
neesed
neeses
neesing
neesings
neeze
neezed
neezes
neezing
nef
nefandous
nefarious

Literary usage of Neeps

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1. The Vanguard: A Tale of Korea by James Scarth Gale (1904)
"... XXX THE TOK-neeps IT was a hearty welcome that Willis got on his entrance once more to the city of Ping-yang. Even the old market men, who never thought ..."

2. Vagabond Songs and Ballads of Scotland: With Many Old and Familiar Melodies by Robert Ford (1901)
""Hotch-potch, sir." "How is it made?" " Weel, there's mutton intill't, and neeps intill't, and carrots intill't and " " Yes, yes," said the Prince, ..."

3. Specimens of Middle Scots by George Gregory Smith (1902)
"... which holds to the present day in Aberdeenshire (eg, ' this neeps' for ' thir neeps' (C.Sc.), these turnips; 'that neeps' for 'thae neeps' (C.Sc.), ..."

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