1) A ram or male sheep.
1494 viij hundreth yowes and tuppes, Barmston
1554 twoo twynters waders [wethers] and two toppes 9/4, Abbotside
1615 a humble mugge tuppe, Brandsby
1642 Tuppes are eyther hunge t, close tup, Riggon tuppes, Elmswell
1697 20 ews and a tup Ł7 7 0, Holmfirth. By-names are evidence of the word’s much longer history: 1258 Peter Touplamb, Pontefract
1379 Willelmus Tuphird, Beamsley.