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(archaic) An imp, a fiend.
From late Middle English first attested 1549 probably imitative of nonsense uttered by gossips. Usage as an imp or fiend and name of the Devil from around 1603.
Middle English flipergebet
American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
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