NounSup (plural Sups)
- A sip; a small amount of food or drink.
- To take supper.
Adverbs for Sup
sumptuously; regally; bountifully; clandestinely; domestically; fraternally; formally; genially.
beverage, bib, bite, board, booze, break bread with, breakfast, bumper, cast, cook out, dash, dine, dine out, dinner, draft, drain the cup, dram, drench, drink, drink bottoms-up, drink deep, drink hard, drink in, drink off, drink to, drink up, drop, eat out, follow strong drink, gargle, gleam, grog, gulp, guzzle, hint, idea, imbibe, intimation, jigger, jolt, knock back, lap, lap up, libation, lick, look, lunch, mess with, nip, peg, picnic, pledge, portion, potation, potion, pull, quaff, round, round of drinks, sample, savor, scintilla, shade, shadow, shot, sip, slurp, smack, smattering, smell, snifter, snort, soak, soupcon, spark, spot, sprinkling, suck, suck in, suckle, suggestion, suspicion, swallow, swig, swill, taste, taste of, thought, tincture, tinge, tipple, toast, tope, toss, toss down, toss off, tot, touch, trace, wash down, wet
From Middle English suppen, from Old English sūpan (“to swallow, sip”), from Proto-Germanic *sūpanan (compare Dutch zuipen (“to drink, tipple, booze”), German saufen (“to drink, booze”), Swedish supa (“to swallow, drink”)), from Proto-Indo-European *sub-, compare Sanskrit súpas 'soup, broth'), from *seue 'to take liquid'. More at suck.
From English soup
- sup m., supy or supi pl.
- sup stem
- declension pattern dub or chlap
- The standard declension pattern is dub; the form chlap is used only in fairy tales or poetry when referring to it as a person.
- imperative of supa.