Jarp vs Jaup - What's the difference?

jarp | jaup |


As verbs the difference between jarp and jaup

is that jarp is to knock one pace-egg against that of an opponent, with the aim of cracking the other’s egg and leaving one's own intact while jaup is (scottish|northern england) to splash; to slosh.

As a noun jaup is

(scottish|northern england) a splash.

jarp

English

Verb

(en verb)
  • To knock one pace-egg against that of an opponent, with the aim of cracking the other’s egg and leaving one's own intact.
  • See also

    * County Durham website dedicated to preservation of dialect terms. * An account of Easter customs * An account of an egg-jarping competition in 2005

    jaup

    English

    Noun

    (en noun)
  • (Scottish, Northern England) A splash.
  • (Scottish, Northern England) A mark left by a splash of water or mud.
  • Verb

    (en verb)
  • (Scottish, Northern England) To splash; to slosh.