[ frap ]
/ fræp /
verb (used with object), frapped, frap·ping.Nautical.
to bind or wrap tightly with ropes or chains.
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Origin of frap
1300–50; Middle English frappen<Old French fraper to strike, beat, probably <Germanic (compare Old Norse hrapa to hurl, hurry)
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Example sentences from the Web for frap
Then he drove them, as before with gun or Bible, but this time with rum; drove them to the task of frapping the leaking ship.Beggars on Horseback|F. Tennyson Jesse
British Dictionary definitions for frap
/ (fræp) /
verb fraps, frapping or frapped
(tr) nautical to lash down or together
Word Origin for frap
C14: from Old French fraper to hit, probably of imitative origin
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