Origin : American,
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Numerology information Jip:
Name Number: 8 Meaning: Outer, Body, Physical, Ambition, Power, Progress, Career, Success, Respect, Fame, Means, Karma
Additional information Jip:
Abraham Lincoln's dog; dog in and
Definition funny of Jip:
It's giving me some jip.
A letdown. Or in some cases a rip-off.
'I paid £8 to see this lame movie, what a jip!' 'Red Hot Chili Peppers at Leeds Festival 07, pft, what a jip!'
To give someone trouble or have an argument or annoy someone.
"She was giving me a load of jip last night."
Verb: To take unfairly, to rob. Alternate Spellings: Gyp, Gip, Jyp. Shortening of the word Gypsie, as Gypsies were believed to be thieves.
Songs about Jip:
I'm Jip by Gideonz Army from the Album On Ten
Jip Skit by Gideonz Army from the Album On Ten
Bin-Jip by BIN-JIP from the Album Enter
Hell Ya! (feat. Jips & Tito) [Explicit] by Foxtrot from the Album The Easy Life EP [Explicit]
Hope For the Best (feat. Jip, Nice, Stack Chips & Dividen) by 2Gunzz from the Album Hope For the Best (feat. Jip, Nice, Stack Chips & Dividen)
Jip & Janneke by Annie MG Schmidt from the Album Allerleukste liedjes en verhaaltjes van Annie MG Schmidt
Jip & Janneke by Annie MG Schmidt from the Album De leukste liedjes van Annie MG Schmidt
Books about Jip:
Jip: His Story by Katherine Paterson (Oct 1, 1998)
Jip En Janneke 1 by Annie M.G. Schmidt (2001)
Jip: His Story: Novel-Ties Study Guide by Katherine Paterson (Jan 1, 2001)
Jip and Janneke: engelse editie
Jip en Janneke 2 by Annie M.G. Schmidt and Fiep Westendorp (1998)
JIP Magazine (Just Imperfectly Perfect Magazine Book 1) by Terian Sherman (May 25, 2013)
Jip and Janneke Omnibus by Annie M G Schmidt (Jun 1, 2008)
Movies about Jip:
Hierro 3 Bin-Jip REGION 2 -
Hierro 3 Unrated - Starring: Hee Jae, Hyuk-Ho, Jin-Mo Ju. Seung-Yeon Lee Directed by: Kim Ki-Duk
Kim Ki - Duk Unrated - Starring: Hee Jae, Yeo Reum Han, Seong-hwang Jeon, Sung Hyun-Ah, Ha Jung-Woo. Seung-Yeon Lee Directed by: Kim Ki-Duk
Wiki information Jip:
3-Iron is a 2004 Korean film directed by Kim Ki-duk. The plot revolves around the relationship between a young drifter and an abused housewife. The film is notable for the lack of dialogue between its two main characters.
Kwon Jip is a South Korean footballer. He was involved in a match-fixing scandal and his football career was rescinded.