Knap

Knap noun [ Anglo-Saxon cnæp , cnæpp , top, knob, button; confer Icelandic knappr knob, Swedish knapp , Danish knap button, W., Gael., & Ir. cnap knob, button, and English knop .] A protuberance; a swelling; a knob; a button; hence, rising ground; a ...
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Knap

Knap transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Knapped ; present participle & verbal noun Knapping .] [ Dutch knappen to chew, bite, crack, take hold of; probably of imitative origin.] 1. To bite; to bite off; to break ...
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Knap

Knap intransitive verb To make a sound of snapping. Wiseman.
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Knap

Knap noun A sharp blow or slap. Halliwell.
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Knap

• (n.) A sharp blow or slap. • (n.) A protuberance; a swelling; a knob; a button; hence, rising ground; a summit. See Knob, and Knop. • (v. i.) To make a sound of snapping. • (v. t.) To strike smartly; to rap; to snap. • (v. t.) To bite; to bite off; to break short.
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Knap

Knap is Dorset slang for a small hill.
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Knap

Knap is Dorset slang for a small hill.
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