Origin of pap1
Related formspap·like, adjective
Definition for pap (2 of 2)
noun Chiefly Dialect.
Examples from the Web for pap
So, when she asked for a pap and sexually transmitted infection screening, her nurse was confused.Coming Out Kinky to Your Doctor, in Black and Blue|Heather Boerner|October 25, 2014|DAILY BEAST
That drop was due mostly to the increased use of the Pap test.
The drop was due mostly to the increased use of the Pap test.The Media’s Pink-Ribbon Problem: Coverage Is Skewed, Study Says|Abigail Pesta|August 13, 2012|DAILY BEAST
In 2006 he was forced to declare bankruptcy after being successfully sued for defamation by two PAP officials.
The PAP would be a perfect partner, the administration argued, better than India, Indonesia, or Vietnam.
"One o' Pap Himes's stepchildren mighty near killed, they say," the boy told him.
God help that poor darn fool if Pap and Maude get a hold on him.The Triumph of John Kars|Ridgwell Cullum
If you'll say that you'll wed me to-morrow morning, I'll go to Pap and get him to give up the children.
Hit's a right smart way over the mountains, but I reckon's how pap'll make hit.The Re-Creation of Brian Kent|Harold Bell Wright
Old Pap Thomas, who knew his men better than did Grant, replied that it was probably by their own orders.The Civil War Through the Camera|Henry W. (Henry William) Elson
British Dictionary definitions for pap (1 of 3)
Word Origin for pap
British Dictionary definitions for pap (2 of 3)
- something resembling a breast or nipple, such as (formerly) one of a pair of rounded hilltops
- (capital as part of a name)the Pap of Glencoe