simp

[simp]
noun Informal.
a fool; simpleton.

Origin:
1905–10; shortening of simpleton

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simp (sɪmp)
 
n
slang (US) short for simpleton

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simp
1903, circus slang shortening of simpleton.
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simp
simpleton
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You've been the rock of ages to me, all right, but you're essentially a simp.
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