Slosh vs Jaup - What's the difference?

slosh | jaup |


As verbs the difference between slosh and jaup

is that slosh is (of a liquid) to shift chaotically; to splash noisily while jaup is (scottish|northern england) to splash; to slosh.

As nouns the difference between slosh and jaup

is that slosh is a quantity of a liquid; more than a splash or slosh can be (computing) backslash, the character while jaup is (scottish|northern england) a splash.

slosh

English

(wikipedia slosh)

Etymology 1

(onomatopoeia); compare splash, splosh.

Verb

(es)
  • (of a liquid) To shift chaotically; to splash noisily.
  • The water in his bottle sloshed back and forth as he ran.
  • (British, colloquial, transitive) To punch (someone).
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  • , year=1960 , author= , title=(Jeeves in the Offing) , section=chapter VIII , passage=She greeted me with a bright smile, and said: “Back already? Did you find it?” With a strong effort I mastered my emotion and replied curtly but civilly that the answer was in the negative. “No,” I said, “I did not find it.” “You can't have looked properly.” Again I was compelled to pause and remind myself that an English gentleman does not slosh a sitting redhead, no matter what the provocation.}}

    Noun

    (es)
  • A quantity of a liquid; more than a splash
  • As the show progressed, a dollop of backfin crabmeat and a slice of mozzarella was added to the veal, fresh sliced white mushrooms to the beef, followed by a slosh''' of white wine in one pan and a '''slosh of brandy in the other.
    Coordinate terms
    * splash

    Etymology 2

    By analogy with (slash).

    Noun

    (es)
  • (computing) backslash, the character .
  • 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.