Origin of pep; from pepper
transitive verbpepped pepped, pep·ping, peps
Origin of pepShort for pepper.
(third-person singular simple present peps, present participle pepping, simple past and past participle pepped)
- To inject with energy and enthusiasm.
- Energy, high spirits.
Abbreviation of pepper (“spice”)
pep - Computer Definition
(1) (Packet Exchange Protocol) A Xerox protocol used internally by NetWare to transport internal Netware NCP commands (NetWare Core Protocols). It uses PEP and IPX for this purpose. Application programs use SPX and IPX.
(2) A high-speed modem protocol suited for cellular phone use from the now-defunct Telebit Corporation, Sunnyvale, CA.
(3) (Policy Enforcement Point) See COPS.