[nap-ee] /ˈnæp i/
noun, plural nappies.
a small shallow dish, usually round and often of glass, with a flat bottom and sloping sides, for serving food.
noun (pl) -pies
(Brit) a piece of soft material, esp towelling or a disposable material, wrapped around a baby in order to absorb its urine and excrement Also called napkin US and Canadian name diaper
adjective -pier, -piest
having a nap; downy; fuzzy
(of alcoholic drink, esp beer)
(dialect, mainly Brit) slightly intoxicated; tipsy
(of a horse) jumpy or irritable; nervy
any strong alcoholic drink, esp heady beer
“downy,” late 15c., from nap (n.1) + -y (2). Meaning “fuzzy, kinky,” used in colloquial or derogatory reference to the hair of black people, is from 1950.
Dirty; messy: Kelly’s panties are nappy. No doubt, she’s been wearing them for a week (1980s+ Students)
[nap-ee] /ˈnæp i/ noun, Chiefly Scot. 1. liquor, especially ale. [nap-ee] /ˈnæp i/ noun, plural nappies. 1. a small shallow dish, usually round and often of glass, with a flat bottom and sloping sides, for serving food. [nap-ee] /ˈnæp i/ adjective, nappier, nappiest. 1. covered with ; downy. 2. (of hair) kinky. [nap-ee] /ˈnæp i/ […]
- Nappy rash
noun 1. (Brit) (in babies) any irritation to the skin around the genitals, anus, or buttocks, usually caused by contact with urine or excrement Formal name napkin rash US and Canadian name diaper rash
[nuh-prap-uh-thee] /nəˈpræp ə θi/ noun 1. a system or method of treating disease that employs no medications but uses manipulation of muscles, joints, ligaments, etc., to stimulate the natural healing process.
[nuh-prok-suh n] /nəˈprɒk sən/ noun, Pharmacology. 1. a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory substance, C 1 4 H 1 4 O 3 , used chiefly in the management of certain types of arthritis and as a painkiller. naproxen na·prox·en (nə-prŏk’sən) n. A drug used to reduce inflammation and pain, especially in the treatment of arthritis.