Definition of bap
: a small bun or roll
Recent Examples of bap from the Web
Can fans expect that boom-bap sound on Still Striving?
The Boston native's affinity for hip-hop and everything boom-bap has allowed him to connect with some of rap's biggest names.
The menu will feature small plates like brown butter rice cakes with pork, and fried chicken nuggets, as well as mandu dumplings, ramen and jip bap, a type of bibimbap (Wednesday): 212 Flatbush Avenue (Bergen Street), 347-987-3042, mokbar.com.
DJ Static and Professor Groove mix golden-age hip-hop, poppin’ funk, boom-bap and slow funky soul.
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Origin and Etymology of bap
First Known Use: circa 1600See Words from the same year
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Legal Definition of BAP
bankruptcy appellate panel
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