noun Chiefly Scot.
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.
Definition for nappy (4 of 4)
noun, plural nap·pies. Chiefly British.
Examples from the Web for nappy
Three and half days after his birth/death, I undressed my son, changed his nappy, bathed him, and dressed him in an outfit.Daily Beast Readers React to YouTube Stillborn Baby Memorials|Brandy Zadrozny|November 12, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Prince Harry showed he is still game for a laugh today when he attempted to change the nappy of a baby (doll) with just one hand.Practice Makes Perfect: Uncle Harry Changes A Baby's Diaper|Tom Sykes|April 25, 2013|DAILY BEAST
A nappy change prompted high security alert on a recent United Airlines flight from DC to San Francisco.
Slugger and Nappy were sent to a detention camp in the South; and that for the time being was the last the Rovers heard of them.The Rover Boys Under Canvas|Arthur M. Winfield
And down there she met Nappy Martell quite a few times, and they became well acquainted.
Nappy Martell left the Hall by a rear door, and the Rovers followed.
Frankie took to the ropes to make Nappy shorten his punches.Vital Ingredient|Gerald Vance
In front of the fire sat Nappy Martell with the old lumberman's treasure box on his lap.The Rover Boys on Snowshoe Island|Edward Stratemeyer
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