Top Definition
pseudo-violently high-powered action performed abruptly.
With one big wallop, the Gremlin's hairy bicep powered a fling that sent the record-breaking pumpkin onto it's endoatmospheric trajectory across the province.
von hahh? 17. November 2003
IRC command. Along with /operwall, /wallops (message) sends a message to all operators on IRC.

They were originally publically visible and intended to be used for disaster announcements and the like, but have been abused to the point where now they are operator only.
/wallops help some guy named peer keeps resetting my connection
von jheath 26. April 2004
An exclamation word, not a noun or verb etc. It is a word that is shouted in excitement. Often times when words just can not describe your true elation. Wallop is occasionally a substitute when shouting infidelities is not needed or appropriate. Mostly used in Canada.

The only example is the word itself.
* sees Oprah*

Omg! It's Oprah! WALLOP!!!!
von onefourthlady 11. November 2009
Wallop: Old(ish) English: The strongest ale in the tavern. (I got it from a pack of cards of old English expression. But I've never found anyone in England (and I've spent a lot of time there) or in America that's ever heard of it. So I'm trying to get it into circulation so these barmaids know what I'm talking about and I don't have to explain myself. But now I try to avoid saying, "Don't you know your own damn language?!" 'cuz then I usually have to find another pub.)
"Gimme' a pint of wallop, barkeep!"
von ~&*'... 9. November 2015
pseudo-violently high-powered action performed abruptly.
1 The Gremlin swung the Blue Whale into the Cast-Iron Bozo's face with such a wallop that CSB's bright crimson nose popped out from the back of CSB's noggin and plopped to the pavement.

2 Using the strength of just one hairy bicep, the Gremlin walloped the Record-Breaking Pumpkin, batting it onto its endoatmospheric trajectory across the province.
von hahh? 17. November 2003
to caress
Nicole walloped Allen softly.
von Allen3373 12. Januar 2009
Wallop, Walloping.
1. A timid movement with the feet performed by "the one who wallops", which might arise when in

2. Movement without destination, often caused by psychadelic intoxication.
1. "He developed a wallop at the peak of his trip."

2."I know im supposed to be getting something, but I just can't remember... I've been walloping around now for quite some time."
von Luc Weegels 20. Dezember 2004

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