noun (plural nappies)British
A baby’s diaper.
- You will have huge embarrassment value in later life showing your daughter's first boyfriend her as a baby with no nappy!
- Here you'll find such a nappy alarm which involves clamping a sensor onto the baby's nappy.
- He was attacked after the class nanny stepped out of the room to change another baby's nappy.
1920s: abbreviation of napkin.
Words that rhyme with nappycrappie, flappy, gappy, happi, happy, pappy, sappy, scrappy, slap-happy, snappy, strappy, tapis, yappy, zappy
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