Popper meaning

pŏp'ər
An early Unix POP server, which was written at the University of California at Berkeley.
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One that pops.
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A container or pan for making popcorn.
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An ampoule of amyl nitrite or butyl nitrite, used illicitly to induce euphoria and enhance sexual stimulation.
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A person or thing that pops.
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A covered wire basket or pan for popping corn.
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A capsule containing amyl nitrite or, now more commonly, butyl nitrite, used as a stimulant.
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1902-94; Brit. philosopher, born in Austria.
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An ampoule of amyl nitrite or butyl nitrite, used illicitly to induce euphoria and enhance sexual stimulation.
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One who pops.
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A short piece of twisted string tied to the end of a whip that creates the distinctive sound when the whip is thrown or cracked.
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A capsule of amyl nitrite for recreational use as a sexual stimulant.
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(fishing) A floating lure designed to splash when the fishing line is twitched.
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Either of a pair of interlocking discs commonly used in place of buttons to fasten clothing.
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A device that pops kernels of corn to produce popcorn.
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A stuffed and usually breaded jalapeño.
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(Australia) A juice box.
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Origin of popper

  • From Popper (“a brand name"), a brand name owned by Queensland United Foods; from 1978.
    From Wiktionary
  • From pop +"Ž -er (“suffix forming agent noun").
    From Wiktionary