Bedrip meaning

(intransitive) To drip about or all over; drip onto (something).
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(UK dialectal) A band of harvesters.
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(UK dialectal) A crowd.
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Origin of bedrip

  • From Middle English *bederepe, *bidrepe, from Old English bedrīp (“compulsory service rendered to a landowner at harvest time, the reaping of corn on request”), from a compound of bed (“prayer, supplication, religious ordinance, service”) + rīp (“reaping, harvest”). More at bead, reap.

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  • From be- (“on, about, all over”) +‎ drip.

    From Wiktionary