/ (klʌp) Southern African /
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(tr) to slap or spank (a person)
a slap or smack
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Word Origin for klap
Words nearby klap
Klamath Lakes, Klamath weed, Klan, klangfarbe, Klansman, klap, Klappvisier, klatsch, Klaus, Klausenburg, klavern
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How to use klap in a sentence
Afterclap, aft′ėr-klap, n. an unexpected event happening after an affair is supposed to be at an end.
"Alki mika mamook pire, pe nesika klatawah copa klap tsuk; now light thou a fire, and we will go find water," said Loolowcan.Mount Rainier|Various
At this trial, Klap-ke-lachi Jim testified positively against two of them and implicated two others.Blazing The Way|Emily Inez Denny
Clap, klap, n. the noise made by the sudden striking together of two things, as the hands: a burst of sound: a slap.