Knap, to break in two; also, to speak after the manner of the English.
Also, a blow or correction, as "you'll knap it," for some misdeed.
But from a knap on the knee-pan I have known a man a lamiter for life.
It was Mrs. Knap who had the happy thought—the Peace Movement.
"Really, I think he might have kept his remarks to himself," said Dr. Knap.
And 'tis on the knap ...