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Didder Bopper

noun; analogy
A term my sister sometimes uses for the soda Dr. Pepper.
 
A nonsense word formed through the phonetic similarities between Didder and Doctor, and Pepper and Bopper. Didder and Doctor begin and end in the same sounds. Pepper and Bopper are nearly the same; the only change is that the first consonant is voiced instead voiceless, and a slight change in vowel sound. It is used very infrequently, and mostly by my older sister, to refer to her favorite drink in a more playful manner.
Etymology : A nonsense word with no discernable, meaningful morphemes or parts.
Source : Comment from my sister, in line at a restaurant for the drink: “I want to get a Didder Bopper!” October, 2018.
Last modified: 11 December 2019


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