catnaper
noun see catnapper

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • catnapper — also catnaper noun Etymology: 1cat + napper (as in kidnapper) Date: 1942 one who steals cats usually to sell them for research …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • catnapper — catnapper1 /kat nap euhr/, n. a person who takes catnaps, esp. regularly or habitually. [CATNAP + ER1] catnapper2 /kat nap euhr/, n. a person who steals cats. Also, catnaper. [1940 45; CAT1 + NAP + ER1] * * * …   Universalium

  • catnapper — catnapper1 /kat nap euhr/, n. a person who takes catnaps, esp. regularly or habitually. [CATNAP + ER1] catnapper2 /kat nap euhr/, n. a person who steals cats. Also, catnaper. [1940 45; CAT1 + NAP + ER1] …   Useful english dictionary

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