Origin of knap1
Words nearby knap
Other definitions for knap (2 of 2)
Origin of knap2
OTHER WORDS FROM knapknapper, noun
How to use knap in a sentence
He departed for the Holy Land, his pouch as empty as his belly, his knap-sack as hollow as his cheeks.
From the donkey's pack-saddle hung a knap-sack, together with a large pouch of water.
Knap was quite young in those days, an excitable fellow with a sharp nose that gave him an air of self-importance.Dry Fish and Wet|Anthon Bernhard Elias Nilsen
She reached the wicket at Mistover Knap, but before opening it she turned and faced the heath once more.Return of the Native|Thomas Hardy
The sellers of herbs … shall stand from Knap Hall towards Quatervois.Extracts Relating to Mediaeval Markets and Fairs in England|Helen Douglas-Irvine