5 letter words with LOP in the middle

The following list contains 6 five letter words in English

5 letter words with LOP in the middle in English

Common 5 letter words with LOP in the middle with meaning

Parts of Speech

Plops is a verb and a noun.


As a verb, plops means to fall or drop with a dull sound. As a noun, plops refer to the sound of something falling or dropping with a dull sound.

Pronunciations (US, UK)

US: /plɑps/; UK: /plɒps/

Origin and Usage

The origin of the word plops is uncertain. It is believed to be an onomatopoeic word, imitating the sound of something falling or dropping with a dull sound. Plops is commonly used in everyday language to describe the sound of something falling or dropping, such as raindrops plopping on a roof.


As a verb, plops can be synonymous with drops, falls, or plunks. As a noun, plops can be synonymous with plunks, thuds, or drops.

Related Words

plods, plots, slops, flops, glops

Example Sentences
  • As a verb:
    The rain plops on the roof.
    She plops the book on the table.
  • As a noun:
    The plops of rain on the roof are soothing.
    The plop of the book on the table startled her.
Parts of Speech:

Elope is a verb.


To elope means to run away secretly with a romantic partner, especially in order to get married without the knowledge or approval of ones family or society.


US: /iˈloʊp/

UK: /ɪˈləʊp/

Origin and Usage:

The word elope originated from the Middle Dutch word "lop" which means "run away". It was first used in English in the early 17th century. Elopement used to have a negative connotation, implying that the couple was running away for selfish reasons. However, in modern times, it is more commonly used to describe a romantic gesture.


Run away, abscond, escape, flee, bolt, depart, decamp, sneak away, slip away, take flight.

Related Words:

Abide, arise, begin, carry, dance, dream, drive, enter, focus, gather, glide, grasp, greet, happy, heart, image, laugh, learn, light, magic, marry, mercy, music, party, peace, power, reach, shake, smile, start, story, sweet, teach, thank, trust, unity, value, visit, voice, watch, yield.

Example Sentences:
  • They decided to elope to Las Vegas and get married without telling anyone.
  • After years of disapproval from their families, they finally eloped to Hawaii.
  • She always dreamed of eloping with her high school sweetheart.
  • They eloped to avoid the stress and expense of a big wedding.
  • Many couples choose to elope to keep their wedding intimate and personal.