"my tulip" Definition

  1. a term of endearment used by the lower orders to persons and animals; “‘Kim up, MY TULIP,’ as the coster said to his donkey when thrashing him with an ash stick.”

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Position in the dictionary: 2298 of 4022 slang words.
Next words in the dictionary: my uncle, n. c., nab, nab the rust, nabob, nabs, nag, nail, nail in one’s coffin, namby-pamby
Previous words in the dictionary: my lord, my aunt, muzzy, muzzler, muzzle, mutton-walk, mutton-fist, mutton chops, mutton, musta

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