hypo-: used before a vowel
Variant of hypo–.
(third-person singular simple present hyps, present participle hypping, simple past and past participle hypped)
- (colloquial, dated) To make melancholy.
- 2004:"Dartmouth has always been one of the foremost academic institutions in the country. What, then, is Sehgal’s real complaint? He worries that the "yield numbers" indicate more students want admission to HYP than Dartmouth." — 
- 2000:"Another issue would be money: how much are you able to get and/or willing to take out in loans. In-state UMich will be considerably less than a private Ivy or HYP." —