copp

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See also: Copp, cópp, and còpp

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Etymology 1[edit]

Uncertain. Possibly a borrowing from Late Latin cuppa (see Old English cuppe), or alternatively from Proto-Germanic *kuppaz.

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copp m (nominative plural coppas)

  1. cup; vessel
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  • Middle English: cop

Etymology 2[edit]

From Proto-Germanic *kuppaz. Cognate with Old High German kopf.

Noun[edit]

copp m (nominative plural coppas)

  1. top; summit
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