He speak to his fader, and he curse and swear awful, and stand wid de rifle close by and tell dat son ob his to larrup Jake.
When dey got him back to de house, dey would buckle him down over a barrel and larrup him wid a plaited whup.
If you had'nt been punished a bit already, wouldn't I larrup you neither?
Well, I hope to de Lawd you'll fin' dat rascal an' larrup him ontwell he cain't stan' straight.
Well, she give him a larrup over the face with her whip that cut the hide!
I had to larrup outa you that trick you had when you was young o' gobblin' your own harness when you wasn't watched.
She worked me to death and wouldn't give me half enough to eat, and she used to larrup me 'most every day.
Toby,” says she, “go and see the old gentleman; perhaps it might comfort him to larrup you a little.
He'd larrup a spell, an' then he'd set back; an' then he'd lean over an' try it agin, harder'n ever.
Be all th' saints in glory I'll larrup th' head off iv yez—or I w'u'd if I wasn't afraid ye'd buck me onto the roof.
"to beat, thrash," 1823, of unknown origin, possibly related to Dutch larpen "to thrash." First mentioned as a Suffolk dialect word.