Next, have you ever heard of snoop, Willie or Armand Hammer?
Plus, where else can you stalk your kids and go on tour with snoop Dogg at the same time?
“Hip-hop's involvement in politics isn't a new thing,” the inimitable snoop Dogg, now known as snoop Lion, told Daily Beast.
1832, "to go around in a prying manner," American English, probably from Dutch snoepen "to pry," also "eat in secret, eat sweets, sneak," probably related to snappen "to bite, snatch" (see snap (v.)). Specific meaning "to pry into other people's business" is attested from 1921. Related: Snooped; snooping.
1891, "act of snooping," from snoop (v.). Meaning "one who snoops" is from 1929; meaning "detective" is from 1942. snooper "one who pries or peeps" is from 1889.
Swindled; cheated: snookered by the post office again