Etymology
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cheep (v.)

"to peep, chirp," 1510s, of imitative origin, originally Scottish. Related: Cheeped; cheeping; cheeper. The noun is attested by 1774.

updated on November 06, 2017

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Definitions of cheep from WordNet
1
cheep (v.)
make high-pitched sounds;
Synonyms: peep / chirp / chirrup
2
cheep (n.)
the short weak cry of a young bird;
Synonyms: peep
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