Definition of Napas
1. napa [n] - See also: napa
Lexicographical Neighbors of Napas
Literary usage of Napas
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Nineteenth Century (1891)
"Vous napas va montre vii Zaco fire grimaces ... When a young man pays unwelcome attentions to a Mauritian girl, she dismisses him with— napas vous liliane ..."
2. Lexilogus; Or, A Critical Examination of the Meaning and Etymology of by Philipp Karl Buttmann, John Roles Fishlake (1846)
"... napas, quite as much as the passage in Homer, forbids our thinking with some interpreters of those small bosses which also adorned the tiara in numbers ..."
3. Helping Employers Comply with the ADA: An Assessment of How the United edited by Roy G. Moy (2000)
"4 (hereafter cited as napas, Annual Report 1996-1997). ... The Executive Director of napas indicated that the central mission of the P&A system is to ..."
4. Herodotus: Books VII and VIII by Herodotus (1908)
"These were round caps, falling forward at the top. The king alone wore the stiff, upright tiara (Xen. Anab. 2. 5. 23). ó •napas, as i. 132. ..."