What’s the meaning of Larrupin?

If something’s larrupin’ good, it’s spankin’ good or thumpin’ good. It comes from the word larrup, a verb meaning “to beat or thrash.” This is part of a complete episode.

Where did the term Larapin come from?

1942 Perry Texas 138, A tasty dish is “larrupin’,” which could have come from the use of the same word meaning a “beating,” thus developing a connotation of superiority.

What is a Laraping?

/ ˈlær ə pɪŋ / PHONETIC RESPELLING. 🎓 College Level. adverb Chiefly Western U.S. very; exceedingly: That was a larruping good meal.

What is a Larup?

to whip; flog; beat.