trippa

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Etymology[edit]

Uncertain; possibly from Arabic تَرْب (tarb, bowels), or from a Celtic root connected with Old Irish tarpán (bunch of grapes). Compare Spanish tripa and Portuguese tripa.

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  • IPA(key): /ˈtrip.pa/, [ˈt̪ripːä]
  • Hyphenation: trìp‧pa

Noun[edit]

trippa f (plural trippe)

  1. tripe (food)
    Synonym: busecca (regional)
  2. (informal, humorous) paunch, belly

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Verb[edit]

trippa (present tense trippar, past tense trippa, past participle trippa, passive infinitive trippast, present participle trippande, imperative tripp/trippa)

  1. to walk with short, light footsteps
    • 1878, John Lie, "Vaarsaang":
      Naa trippar Erla i Toni gla, Aa Rei seg byggjer av Straa og Bla.
      Now the wagtail walks with happy sound, building its nest of straw and leaf.

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