Definition for NAP

NAP, n.2 [Sax. hnoppa, nap; It. nappa, a tassel; Ar. كِنَابٌ kinabon. Class Nb, No. 20.]

  1. The woolly or villous substance on the surface of cloth.
  2. The downy or soft hairy substance on plants. Martyn.
  3. A knop. [See Knop.]

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