Whip

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A whip commonly used to direct an animal

A whip is a long strand of leather or other fabric with a hard handle. When a person shakes a whip fast, it makes a loud "crack" sound, because it has broken the sound barrier. It is used for directing or hitting animals or people.

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Whip (instrument)

Whipped is an ancient word used to label friends when their a slave to their women. Also known in Cambodian scripts as Roy ban disorder.