Knappy vs. Nappy

Knappy vs. Nappy — Is There a Difference?

Difference Between Knappy and Nappy

Knappyadjective

(obsolete) Having knaps; full of protuberances or humps; knobby

Nappyadjective

Having a nap; fuzzy

a nappy carpet.

Nappyadjective

Often Offensive Tightly curled or coiled. Used of hair.

Nappynoun

A round, shallow cooking or serving dish with a flat bottom and sloping sides.

Nappynoun

A diaper.

Nappynoun

An absorbent garment worn by a baby who does not yet have voluntary control of his or her bladder and bowels or by someone who is incontinent; a diaper.

Nappynoun

A shallow, flat-bottomed earthenware or glass bowl with sloping sides.

Nappynoun

(obsolete) A kind of strong ale; nappy ale.

Nappyverb

(transitive) To put a nappy on.

The mother nappied the baby.

Nappyadjective

Having a nap (of cloth etc.); downy; shaggy.

Nappyadjective

Of hair: tightly curled or twisted; frizzy Afro]] textured hair

Nappyadjective

(rare) Inclined to sleep; sleepy.

Nappyadjective

(of a drink) Foamy; having a large head.

Nappyadjective

(of a horse) Nervous, excitable.

Nappyadjective

(Scotland) brittle

Nappynoun

garment consisting of a folded cloth drawn up between the legs and fastened at the waist; worn by infants to catch excrement

Nappyadjective

in small tight curls