hip-hop

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See also: hiphop and hip hop

English[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

Reduplication of hop.

Noun[edit]

hip-hop (uncountable)

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  1. An Afro-American urban youth culture based on rap music, breakdancing etc.
    • 2007, James McBide, Hip-Hop Planet, National Geographic (April 2007), 106,
      "...not knowning as they strolled through the doors of the community center near Bambaataa's mother's apartment that they were writing musical history. Among them was an MC named Lovebug Starski, who was said to utter the phrase 'hip-hop' between breaks in time."
  2. (music) A form of popular and dance music featuring strong percussion and a powerful rhythm, usually accompanied by rapping.

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Verb[edit]

hip-hop (third-person singular simple present hip-hops, present participle hip-hopping, simple past and past participle hip-hopped)

  1. To move by hopping or with a hopping motion.
    • 1939 July 14, The West Australian, page 6, column 4:
      Placing the hoops in this position makes skirts hip hop with a swirl.
    • 1951 April 14, The Advocate, page 17, column 4:
      I have a bunny and he goes hip hop, I often wonder if he cannot stop.
    • 1971 August 4, The Australian Women's Weekly, page 64, column 4:
      Like magic, the frog hip-hopped out of her thoughts and the starlings came fluttering back and Sammy was there.
  2. To perform hip-hop music.
    • 2020, New Jack, ‎Jason Norman, New Jack: Memoir of a Pro Wrestling Extremist (page 108)
      I'm not entirely sure who in WCW felt like a bunch of hip-hopping rappers would get cheered in a company based mainly in the south (especially with a country band stable on the other side), but everything's a good idea in theory.

Dutch[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From English hip-hop.

Noun[edit]

hip-hop m (uncountable)

  1. hip-hop

Finnish[edit]

Alternative forms[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From English hip-hop

Noun[edit]

hip-hop

  1. hip-hop

Declension[edit]

Inflection of hip-hop (Kotus type 5/risti, no gradation)
nominative hip-hop hip-hopit
genitive hip-hopin hip-hopien
partitive hip-hopia hip-hopeja
illative hip-hopiin hip-hopeihin
singular plural
nominative hip-hop hip-hopit
accusative nom. hip-hop hip-hopit
gen. hip-hopin
genitive hip-hopin hip-hopien
partitive hip-hopia hip-hopeja
inessive hip-hopissa hip-hopeissa
elative hip-hopista hip-hopeista
illative hip-hopiin hip-hopeihin
adessive hip-hopilla hip-hopeilla
ablative hip-hopilta hip-hopeilta
allative hip-hopille hip-hopeille
essive hip-hopina hip-hopeina
translative hip-hopiksi hip-hopeiksi
instructive hip-hopein
abessive hip-hopitta hip-hopeitta
comitative hip-hopeineen
Possessive forms of hip-hop (type risti)
possessor singular plural
1st person hip-hopini hip-hopimme
2nd person hip-hopisi hip-hopinne
3rd person hip-hopinsa

French[edit]

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Noun[edit]

hip-hop m (uncountable)

  1. Alternative form of hip hop

Portuguese[edit]

Noun[edit]

hip-hop m (uncountable)

  1. Alternative spelling of hip hop

Romanian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From English hip-hop.

Noun[edit]

hip-hop n (uncountable)

  1. hip-hop

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