Definition of RUPP in US English:

RUPP

(also rupp, RuPP)

noun

historical
  • In England and Wales: a (category of) public right of way officially designated as a road or highway but in practice used principally as a footpath or bridleway.

Origin

1960s. Acronym from the initial letters of road used as a public path, a category introduced in the National Parks and Access to the Countryside Act of 1949.

Pronunciation

RUPP

/rʌp/