gloppen


gloppen
\\ˈgläpə̇n\ transitive verb (-ed/-ing/-s)
Etymology: Middle English glopnen, from Old Norse glūpna to be surprised, frightened, or downcast; akin to Swedish dialect glūpa to gape, swallow, Old Frisian glūpa to look, Middle Low German glūpen to look with half-closed eyes, and perhaps to Old English geolu yellow — more at yellow
now dialect England : surprise, alarm, astonish

Useful english dictionary. 2012.