Definition of Pupus

1. pupu [n] - See also: pupu



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pupus

puppy mills
puppydom
puppydoms
puppyhood
puppyhoods
puppying
puppyish
puppyishly
puppyism
puppyisms
puppylike
pups
pupu
pupunha
pupunhas
pupus (current term)
pupusa
pupusas
pupuseria
pupuserias
pupylation
pupæ
pur
pur et dur
pur laine
puranas
purau
purblind
purblindly
purblindness

Literary usage of Pupus

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1. Appletons' Annual Cyclopædia and Register of Important Events of the Year (1887)
"... Whole number of pupUs In the Bute 214121 Decrease »»4746 Increase over b-4 597 Average daily attendance In winter schools 99,%4 Decrease i : i . ..."

2. An Etymological Dictionary of the Latin Language by Francis Edward Jackson Valpy (1828)
"Specially applied to one under age, who has ceased to be in his father's power either by death or by emancipation ; a ward, orphan. Fr. pupus. ..."

3. An Etymological Dictionary of the English Language by Walter William Skeat (1893)
"Fern, of pupus, a boy, child. Allied to pu-tus, pu-sus, pu-er, a boy ; from y' PU, to beget ; see Puerile. Der. pup-il, pupp-et, ..."

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