Common misspellings for lip:
li, lin, tipp, ciopy, lipa, slipp, wip, clipp, slip, lsp, vip, limpy, lipps, lik, liptor, lypoma, lim, likw, loupy, lil, kipp, lopok, lkeep, wlil, julip, lig, lia, linupe, lepor, liaw, voip, liuk, lic, bip, lup, filip, phlip, cip, fllip, liv, lipe, lypmh, lif, gip, hilpe, lis, lierop, tiyp, lapop, cipy, sllip, fip, lyph, viop, velop, lio, slirp, flipp, lypth, lbp, glip, ip, mulip, lcp, liy, lifepath, liq, lllipop, linup, lyiy, liu, kip, lauph, liips, lp, lkie, loiioop, lep, lipd, leipzih, lipis, lipo, slipe, clipe, tilipia, limpe, lipos, lbia, olypia, 300dpi, cliip, lop, lapeer, luimp, lipator, lipoic, lix, loppy, llp, lupo, uip, tiop, lbee, labee, lehoof, laehoof, laep, leph, laeph, leppo, laeppo, lewife, laewife, li baba, lai baba, libi, laibi, ll of, lal of, laoof, lpha, lapha, lpha wave, lapha wave, lbab, labby, lbabby, lbae, lbah, lbeb, lebby, lbebby, pip, ljp, lkp, l9p, l8p, li0, plip, lpip, olip, loip, luip, liup, ljip, l9ip, li9p, l8ip, li8p, lipl, li0p, lip0, llip, lyp, lhp, leyep, l ip.
Definition of lip:
- besides its literal sense ( Isaiah 37:29 , etc.), is used in the original ( saphah) metaphorically for an edge or border, as of a cup ( 1 Kings 7:26 ), a garment ( Exodus 28:32 ), a curtain ( 26:4 ), the sea ( Genesis 22:17 ), the Jordan ( 2 Kings 2:13 ). To " open the lips" is to begin to speak ( Job 11:5 ); to " refrain the lips" is to keep silence ( Psalms 40:9 ; 1 Peter 3:10 ). The " fruit of the lips" ( Hebrews 13:15 ) is praise, and the " calves of the lips" thank-offerings ( Hosea 14:2 ). To " shoot out the lip" is to manifest scorn and defiance ( Psalms 22:7 ). Many similar forms of expression are found in Scripture.
- To touch with the lips; to put the lips to; hence, to kiss.
- To utter; to speak.
- To clip; to trim.
- To kiss; to utter. To make a lip, to drop the under lip in sullenness or contempt.
- an impudent or insolent rejoinder; " don't give me any of your sass"
- An edge of an opening; a thin projecting part of anything; a kind of short open spout; as, the lip of a vessel.
- The sharp cutting edge on the end of an auger.
- One of the two opposite divisions of a labiate corolla.
- The odd and peculiar petal in the Orchis family. See Orchidaceous.
- One of the edges of the aperture of a univalve shell.
- One of the two fleshy borders of the mouth; the flaring or folding edge of anything hollow.
- The muscular border in front of the teeth by which things are taken into the mouth: the edge of anything.
- Border of the mouth; edge; anything like a lip.
- The border of the mouth; the mouth; speech; theedge of anything.
- The edge or border of the mouth; the edge of anything; one of the two opposite divisions of a labiate coral; the edge of the aperture of a univalve shell.
- One of the two edges or borders of the mouth; the edge of any thing.
- One of the fleshy folds round the mouth; a lip- like structure, such as labia, labella, etc..
- One of the two fleshy folds which surround the orifice of the mouth in man and many other animals. In man the lips are organs of speech essential to certain articulations. Hence, by a figure they denote the mouth, or all the organs of speech, and sometimes speech itself.
- 1. One of the two muscular folds which bound the mouth anteriorly. 2. Any lip- like structure bounding a cavity or groove; margin.