- v take a siesta
- s (of fabrics) having soft nap produced by brushing
- When last we saw the lost Ark of the Covenant in action, it had been dug up by Indiana Jones in Egypt and ark-napped by Nazis, whom the Ark proceeded to incinerate amidst a tempest .
- He napped every day with a mud poultice on abdomen and brow.
- He bayed as she napped.
- Matt Herges in MLB.com
I listened to some music,reliever Matt Herges said. "Some guys napped. The tough thing is you really just want to eat, and that's not good."
- John Pohl in Toronto Star
I've always napped,says Pohl. "What else are you going to do? Your whole life is hockey and sleep, there's no time for anything else."