Once in a while to be sure a head grows a bit too big and then we all take a bop at it!
There is another "p" and an "e" tacked on to Bop, but I have eliminated the unnecessary and call him "Bob" for short.
To “bop” means in the Suffolk dialect “to stoop or bow the head.”
The first tranche is available to any country, which demonstrates efforts to overcome its BOP problems.
It is extended to members with BOP difficulties to support adjustment and reform policies and economic agendas.
Sometimes 'e jes' bop 'em crost de ear wid a battlin' stick, or kick 'em in de beehind.
It is not probable that children would introduce this of their own accord in a dance and “bop down” game.
Strange to say this was not my first linguistic effort, which was, as a matter of fact, the Romany word "bop."