Definition of Naprons

1. napron [n] - See also: napron



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Naprons

nappiness
nappinesses
napping
nappings
nappish
nappishness
nappy
nappy rash
nappy rashes
nappyhead
nappyheads
naprapath
naprapathies
naprapathy
napron
naprons (current term)
naproxen
naproxen sodium
naproxens
naps
napsylate
napthoquinone
napththyl
napththyls
naptime
naptimes
naptumomab estafenatox
naptural
napu
napus

Literary usage of Naprons

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1. History of the Present Deanery of Bicester, Oxon by James Charles Blomfield (1884)
"Given to 3 cooks for their labour, preparing the food, 3s. lod.; 3 yards of linen cloth bought and given to the same for " naprons " (aprons) I7d. Given to ..."

2. Yorkshire illustrations of English history by James Goodeve Miall (1865)
"... its windows were latticed; that aprons were then called " naprons;" that red and white lead were used in finishing the abbot's apartments; ..."

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