shoppe
noun see shop I, 2b

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • shoppe — [ ʃap ] noun count an old word meaning a store : a candy shoppe …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • shoppe — one of several Middle English variations of SHOP (Cf. shop) (n.). It appears in Chaucer. Noted by 1918 as an antiquarian affectation in U.S. commercial establishments. YE EAT SHOPPE I admit that the name is against it. As a matter of fact, 732… …   Etymology dictionary

  • shoppe — [shäp] n. alt. sp. of SHOP (sense 1): early sp. now used faddishly, esp. in the names of such shops …   English World dictionary

  • shoppe — UK [ʃɒp] / US [ʃɑp] noun [countable] Word forms shoppe : singular shoppe plural shoppes an old word meaning shop , sometimes used on signs …   English dictionary

  • shoppe — noun A fanciful spelling of , chiefly used in the names of businesses to give an air of old fashionedness. Its called Ye Olde Grog Shoppe, but really its the new liquor shop and it opened just last month …   Wiktionary

  • shoppe — /shop/, n. shop (used chiefly for quaint effect). [deliberately archaized sp.] * * * …   Universalium

  • Shoppe — Gå på indkøb i butikker …   Danske encyklopædi

  • shoppe — [[t]ʃɒp[/t]] n. cvb a shop • Etymology: deliberately archaized sp …   From formal English to slang

  • shoppe — shop|pe vb., r, de, t …   Dansk ordbog

  • shoppe — variant of shop …   Useful english dictionary

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