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noun British.
a soft, flattish bread roll.
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Origin of bap

First recorded in 1505–15; of obscure origin

Other definitions for bap (2 of 3)

bap.

abbreviation
baptized.

Other definitions for bap (3 of 3)

Bap.

or Bapt


abbreviation
Baptist.
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British Dictionary definitions for bap

bap
/ (bæp) /

noun
British a large soft bread roll

Word Origin for bap

C16: of unknown origin
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