noun Chiefly Scot.
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Definition for nappy (2 of 4)
noun, plural nap·pies.
Origin of nappy2
Definition for nappy (3 of 4)
adjective, nap·pi·er, nap·pi·est.
OTHER WORDS FROM nappynap·pi·ness, noun
Definition for nappy (4 of 4)
noun, plural nap·pies.British.
Example sentences from the Web for nappy
But Mr. Nappie would not allow him to set a foot upon the gig.
"I really think poor Mr. Nappie was very badly used," said Mrs. Carbuncle.
Frank knew neither Mr. Percival nor Mr. Nappie, and at this moment cared nothing for either of them.
"There he is," said Nappie, bringing his pony to a dead stop with a chuck, and jumping out of the buggy.
When Mr. Nappie had got so far as this in his explanation he was almost in tears.
British Dictionary definitions for nappy (1 of 2)
noun plural -pies
Word Origin for nappy
British Dictionary definitions for nappy (2 of 2)
adjective -pier or -piest
- having a head; frothy
- strong or heady