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Cap

  1. Abbreviation of Capricorn.

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EtymologyEdit

Shortening of captain.

Proper nounEdit

Cap

  1. A nickname for a person.
    • 2009, Matt Christopher, Long Arm Quarterback: A New Football Team Sparks an Old Rivalry (→ISBN):
      “I'd take Vernon Dewey for my team any day.” “And their quarterback can throw,” Cap pointed out. “But we did all right, huh, Grandpa?” “You did fine,” Tully replied. “All of you did real well.” “Cap, you can throw ...”
    • 2018, Ken Kenthomas, Mr. Black Johnson She Worshiped (→ISBN):
      “Well, Cap, you seem to be a nice gentleman from a good family, but I wished you had come to me and my wife and talked to me before you two started making all these decisions.”
  2. [[n-g|A nickame for the "captain" of a team, ship, etc.}}

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Cap m

  1. Only used in Le Cap (Cape Town)