hopper arse n.
1. large buttocks.
|Poems (1834) I 144: With hopper hippis, and henches narrow, and bausy handis to beir ane barrow.‘Complaint to the King’ in Laing|
|‘Madam Le Croix’ in Court Satires of the Restoration (1976) 168: Thy hopper-arse will cause the fraction.|
|Eng. Poets IX (1810) 284/2: A lady of prodigious fame, Whose hollow eyes and hopper breech Made common people call her witch.‘Orpheus and Eurydice’ in Chalmers|
2. as a term of abuse.
|Shoemakers’ Holiday V v: Away you Islington white pot, hence you happerarse, you barly pudding ful of magots.|