tope

(redirected from topers)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus.
Related to topers: Toppers, topers nose

tope:

see stupastupa
[Sanskrit,=mound], Buddhist monument in tumulus, or mound, form, often containing relics. The words tope and dagoba are synonymous, though the latter properly refers only to a Sinhalese Buddhist stupa.
..... Click the link for more information.
.

stupa, tope

stupa topped by a chattravali
A Buddhist memorial mound, erected to enshrine a relic or to commemorate a sacred site; consists of an artificial mound, raised on a platform and surrounded by an outer ambulatory with a stone railing and four gateways, crowned by a multiple sunshade.

tope

1. a small grey requiem shark, Galeorhinus galeus, of European coastal waters
2. any of various other small sharks
References in periodicals archive ?
Yorks ton also cannot understand why more Pars have not been involved and said: ''That's Jimmy's view and we've never really discussed it so it's down topers on a lop in ion.
Circus Sarasota director Pedro Reis is contributing tumblers, trick topers and aerial performers including wife Dolly Jacobs to the production, which also employs original music by composer David Goldstein (who's worked with the ballet on earlier pieces including Madame Butterfly and Gigabyte) with a '20s '30s sound--think ragtime.
Later, he distributed medals and certificates among topers of the graduation course.
Serta's full range of mattresses and accessories such as pillows, mattress protectors, mattress topers, duvets and linen sets are available at whopping discounts ranging from 30 per cent to 50 per cent at all the stores in the UAE.
Outside, a statue of local hero Harold Wilson turns his back on us topers, but then he was always a cigars and brandy man, despite the beer and sandwiches image.
A court report in this newspaper recounted events following a couple of welllubricated topers wandering into St Philip's Cathedral during a service last spring and sitting at the back.
well, they might as well put up their shutters because it won't be long before this harassing government decides they are a danger to alcoholics and, therefore, out of bounds for all we moderate topers.
A chilly spring followed by the wet test May since teenage topers were born has further delayed the impact of 24/7 bar opening.
If I'm wrong, and teenage topers sip white wine and soda until the small hours, I'll buy the minister a pint at the pub of his choice - but not late at night.