драп

RussianEdit

PronunciationEdit

Etymology 1Edit

First attested in 1787. Borrowed from French drap.

NounEdit

драп (drapm inan (genitive дра́па, nominative plural дра́пы, genitive plural дра́пов)

  1. thick woolen cloth
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Etymology 2Edit

Deverbal of дра́пать (drápatʹ, to skedaddle, to hightail), ultimately from Proto-Slavic *drapati.

NounEdit

драп (drapm inan (genitive дра́па, nominative plural дра́пы, genitive plural дра́пов)

  1. (colloquial) fleeing, skedaddling, runner (as in “to do a runner”)
    дать дра́пуdatʹ dráputo flee, to make a run for it
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Etymology 3Edit

From Romani drab (medicine), attested no later than 1981.

NounEdit

драп (drapm inan (genitive дра́па, nominative plural дра́пы, genitive plural дра́пов)

  1. (slang) marijuana
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Etymology 4Edit

NounEdit

драп (drapm inan (genitive дра́па, nominative plural дра́пы, genitive plural дра́пов)

  1. (military) initialism of да́льний разве́дывательный авиацио́нный полк (dálʹnij razvédyvatelʹnyj aviaciónnyj polk, long-range reconnaissance aviation regiment)
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