'kipe' definition: to steal, pilfer, or swipe something of small value
If fading use. primarily regional to the American Pacific Northwest. From the Old English "kip", menaing "to snatch" or "to take hold of". Probably originally from the Old Norse "kippa", meaning to "to snatch", "to tug on", or "to pull on".
Jane: I think you meant to say kipe, and I'll guard it for you.
Joe: Oh, I'm sorry. Thank you, Jane.