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n.
A sheet of partially felted fur before it is united to the hat body.
a.
Inclined to sleep; sleepy; as, to feel nappy.
a.
Tending to cause sleepiness; serving to make sleepy; strong; heady; as, nappy ale.
a.
Having a nap or pile; downy; shaggy.
pl.
of Nappy
n.
A round earthen dish, with a flat bottom and sloping sides.
n.
A taking by surprise; an unexpected onset or attack.
n.
A very small chevrotain (Tragulus Javanicus), native of Java. It is about the size of a hare, and is noted for its agility in leaping. Called also Java musk deer, pygmy musk deer, and deerlet.
n.
A kind of turnip. See Navew.
n.
An alkaloid found in small quantities in opium, and extracted as a white crystalline substance of a bitter astringent taste. It is a narcotic. Called also narceia.
a.
Of or pertaining to Narcissus.
pl.
of Narcissus
n.
A genus of endogenous bulbous plants with handsome flowers, having a cup-shaped crown within the six-lobed perianth, and comprising the daffodils and jonquils of several kinds.
n.
A beautiful youth fabled to have been enamored of his own image as seen in a fountain, and to have been changed into the flower called Narcissus.
n.
Privation of sense or consciousness, due to a narcotic.
a.
Having the properties of a narcotic; operating as a narcotic.
n.
A drug which, in medicinal doses, generally allays morbid susceptibility, relieves pain, and produces sleep; but which, in poisonous doses, produces stupor, coma, or convulsions, and, when given in sufficient quantity, causes death. The best examples are opium (with morphine), belladonna (with atropine), and conium.
a.
Narcotic.
n.
An alkaloid found in opium, and extracted as a white crystalline substance, tasteless and less poisonous than morphine; -- called also narcotia.
a.
Pertaining to narcotine.

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