A word of reproach in Shakespeare, which seems to signify a fop; a man decked out by his barber.
Draw, you rogue; for though it be night, the moon shines; I'll make a sop of the moon-shine of you; you whoreson, cullionly, barber-monger, draw.
- Shakespeare's King Lear.
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