More than once I was asked, "So, you took the vow of poverty, huh?
What does VoP stand for?
VoP stands for Vow of Poverty (gaming)
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Slang/chat, popular culture
See other definitions of VoP
We have 46 other meanings of VoP in our Acronym Attic
- Virginia Organizing Project (Charlottesville, VA)
- Viscous Oil Pump
- Voice of Peace
- Voice of People
- Voice of Prophecy
- Voice of the Process
- Voice Over Packet
- Voice-Operator (IRC)
- Voices of Praiz
- Void of Personality
- Vertical Open Probing Attachment
- Viral Outbreak Protection Agency (The Colony TV show)
- Virginia Office of Protection and Advocacy
- Virtual Output Port Arbiter
- Voortgezette Opleiding Personeels Beleid (Dutch: Continuing Education Personnel Policy)
- Virus Overlay Protein Binding Assay
- Virus Overlay Protein Blot Assay
- Vehicle Order Processing Center (various locations)
- View of Participating Classes
- Vosselaarse Oud Papier Centrale (Dutch waste paper company)
Samples in periodicals archive:
So, with fingers and toes crossed for a positive result, let me tell you this: I've taken a vow of poverty, so to annoy me send money.
My brother, for instance, a Dominican friar, recently celebrated 50 years under a vow of poverty and I had a hell of a job trying to think what to get him.
You don't need to take a vow of poverty, but take an honest look at your bank and credit card statements to see where your money's going.
A hapless thief was left empty-handed after trying to rob a nun who had taken a vow of poverty.
Murphy was ordered to pay Arthur pounds 50,000 but because the monk took a vow of poverty, lawyers cannot seize any money.
A retired Jesuit priest and former Oregon prison chaplain contends that his vow of poverty prevents two men recently identified as his children from collecting back child support.
That's a surefire formula for discouraging passionate, altruistic attorneys - saddled with burdensome law school loans and hoping to start their families - from taking the vow of poverty necessary to be a public defender.