Other definitions for nappy (2 of 4)
Origin of nappy2
Other definitions for nappy (3 of 4)
OTHER WORDS FROM nappynap·pi·ness, noun
Other definitions for nappy (4 of 4)
How to use nappy in a sentence
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.
Put him down at your club, and order thirty dozen of grey shirtings from Nappie and Co., without naming the price.
"I really think poor Mr. Nappie was very badly used," said Mrs. Carbuncle.
"I'll see you ––––; extremely well –––– first," said Mr. Nappie.
British Dictionary definitions for nappy (1 of 2)
Word Origin for nappy
British Dictionary definitions for nappy (2 of 2)
- having a head; frothy
- strong or heady