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Tup Running (Grose 1811 Dictionary)

Tup Running

A rural sport practised at wakes and fairs in Derbyshire; a ram, whose tail is well soaped and greased, is turned out to the multitude; any one that can take him by the tail, and hold him fast, is to have him for his own.

Definition taken from The 1811 Dictionary of the Vulgar Tongue, originally by Francis Grose.

Tup * T—d

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Tryning
Tu Quoque
Tub Thumper
Tucked Up
Tuft Hunter
Tumbler
To Tune
To Tup
Tup
Tup Running
T—d
Turf
Turk
Turkey Merchant
Turncoat
Turned Up
Turnip-pated
Turnpike Man
Tuzzy-muzzy
Twaddle