tittup definition by Webster's New World
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a lively movement; frolicsome behavior; frisk; caper
Origin: probably echoic of hoofbeats
tittup definition by American Heritage Dictionary
intransitive verb tit·tuped or tit·tupped, tit·tup·ing or tit·tup·ping, tit·tups
To move in a lively, capering manner; prance.noun
A lively, capering manner of moving or walking; a prance.
Origin: Perhaps imitative of the sound of a horse's hooves.