- or NAB, to take, steal, or receive; “you’ll NAP it,” _i.e._, you will catch a beating.—_North_; also _Old Cant_.
- to break, or rap with a hammer. _See_ KNAP.—_North._
- or NAPPER, a hat. From “nab,” a hat, cap, or head.—_Old Cant._
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