The word "lipper" is printed in my cloth. What the word means?

This is result of search on dictionary.com.

noun Nautical. 1 a slightly rough or ripply surface on a body of water. 2 spray from small waves.

But other dictionaleis don't have the word.

  • What makes you unsatisfied with the definition you found at dictionary.com? – KillingTime Jul 26 at 11:10
  • I notice here - bitly.ws/9aoY - that other T-shirts in the line have names of drugs on them... Possibly it is one of the meanings mentioned in Urban Dictionary here - urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=lipper – chasly - reinstate Monica Jul 26 at 11:19
  • ... otherwise it is just the name of the manufacturer or some random word with no meaning. – chasly - reinstate Monica Jul 26 at 11:20
  • Hilariously bad translations or silly English words on T-shirts made in East Asia are a thing – Michael Harvey Jul 26 at 12:25
  • Is the cloth made into a garment and is the word repeated as a design? It would be good to have a better idea of the context. – BoldBen Jul 26 at 15:33

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