Definition of rippit in US English:

rippit

(also rippet, rippat)

noun

Southern, Northern, US, Scottish, Irish English, Midland, Regional
  • Uproar, tumult; outcry.

Origin

Early 16th century; earliest use found in William Dunbar (?1460–?1530), poet and courtier. Origin uncertain; perhaps of imitative origin. In later use probably influenced by association with rip.

Pronunciation

rippit

/ˈrɪpɪt/