[ bap ]
/ bæp /
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a soft, flattish bread roll.
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Origin of bap
First recorded in 1505–15; of obscure origin
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How to use bap in a sentence
Flinging baps and haggis to the winds, she leapt into a boat and began to row—you all know the story of that fateful row.
One day he called at the manse, chucked Maggie under the chin, and ate one of her baps.
And he eat up all the bawbie baps, &c. and his name was Edrin Drum.The Nursery Rhymes of England|Various
British Dictionary definitions for bap
/ (bæp) /
British a large soft bread roll
Word Origin for bap
C16: of unknown origin
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