Definition of tittup in English:

tittup

verb

[NO OBJECT]British
  • Move with jerky or exaggerated movements:

    ‘Nicky came tittupping along in a rakish mood’
    • ‘Decked-out in plenitude of bling and leather, the models tittuped and slunk down the runway.’
    • ‘Both look most delightful in their matching sets, especially when tittupping.’
    • ‘She has a wonderful habit, while trying to hide the escaped prisoner, of hitching up her skirt and tittuping across the stage in high heels.’
    • ‘He tittupped on the spot and did a little rocking horse a couple of times, but I actually enjoyed it!’
    • ‘But the crane can also be read, and was meant to be read, as a Parisienne tittuping along the streets in search of adventure.’

Origin

Late 17th century (as a noun): perhaps imitative of hoof-beats.

Pronunciation:

tittup

/ˈtɪtəp/