- the untanned hide of a calf, lamb, or other young or small animal
- a set of such hides
Origin of kipearlier kyppe, probably from Middle Dutch kip (in kipsense )
- a rooming house
- a bed
Origin of kipfrom or akin to Danish kippe, low alehouse
intransitive verbkipped, kip′ping
nounpl. kips or
Origin of kipThai
Origin of kipki(lo)- + p(ound)
Origin of kipLao ki&tricolon;p ingot, kip
- The untanned hide of a small or young animal, such as a calf.
- A set or bundle of such hides.
Origin of kipMiddle English bundle of animal hides perhaps from Middle Dutch or Middle Low German
Chiefly British Slang
- A rooming house.
- A place to sleep; a bed.
intransitive verbkipped, kip·ping, kips
Origin of kipPerhaps from Danish kippe cheap inn Old Norse -kippa ( as in kornkippa seed-corn holder )Low German kiffe hovel
Origin of kipki(lo)- p(ound) 1
Origin of kipGerman Kippe seesaw, arm of a balance, kip-up from kippen to tilt, tip over from Low German Kippe point, tip from Latin cippus post, pillar
kip - Investment & Finance Definition
The currency unit of Laos, comprised of 100 at.