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      • The word 'Pimp' is thought to derive (although no one can be entirely sure) from the French word 'Pimper', which means to dress well or elegantly. A pimp is a person who finds and manages a group of prostitutes, either working the street or in a brothel. The Pimp both protects the girls and finds work for them.
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  2. pimp (n.) "one who provides others with the means and opportunity of gratifying their sexual lusts," c. 1600, of unknown origin, perhaps from French pimpant "alluring in dress, seductive," present participle of pimper "to dress elegantly" (16c.), from Old French pimpelorer, pipelorer "decorate, color, beautify."

  3. Feb 11, 2008 · The word pimp is of unknown origin. It first appeared in English around 1600 and was used then as now to mean “a person who arranges opportunities for sexual intercourse with a prostitute.”

  4. pimp: 1 n someone who procures customers for whores (in England they call a pimp a ponce) Synonyms: fancy man , pandar , pander , panderer , ponce , procurer Types: procuress a woman pimp whoremaster , whoremonger a pimp who procures whores Type of: offender , wrongdoer a person who transgresses moral or civil law v arrange for sexual partners ...

  5. Pimp definition is - a criminal who is associated with, usually exerts control over, and lives off the earnings of one or more prostitutes. How to use pimp in a sentence.

  6. Procurer. The term procurer derives from the French procureur.. Pimping. The word pimp first appeared in English in 1607, in a Thomas Middleton play entitled Your Five Gallants.It is of unknown origin, but may have stemmed from the French infinitive pimper meaning to dress up elegantly and from the present participle pimpant meaning alluring in seductive dress.

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