diaper: garment consisting of a folded cloth drawn up between the legs and fastened at the waist; worn by infants to catch excrement
A diaper (in North America) or nappy (in the United Kingdom, Ireland, Australia and many Commonwealth countries) is a sponge-like garment worn by individuals who are incapable of controlling their bladder or bowel movements, or are unable or unwilling to use a toilet. ...
An absorbent garment worn by a baby who does not yet have voluntary control of its bladder and bowels or by someone who is incontinent; Having a nap (of cloth etc.); Of hair: tightly curled or twisted; frizzy (occasionally specifically in reference to Blacks' textured hair)
(Nappies) Parents should supply spare nappies depending on the length of your child's day, together with wipes and nappy sacs.
Absorbent garment for infants. Modified versions for adults are known as all-in-ones.
diaper (short for napkin). (See also serviette.)
A diaper. Although I’m not completely sure of this, I believe that nappy only refers to “baby diapers”, as opposed to the “adult diapers” used for incontinence.
diaper; being a diminutive of napkin, a piece of absorbent material worn as underpants by an infant who is not yet toilet trained
a small bowl with many functional uses. It may or may not have a handle.
Nappy is an old fashioned term for a bowl. In most elegant glass patterns the nappy is a shallow bowl, about 6 inches wide, with one handle. They may be round, square or triangular. The triangular ones are called tricorn nappies. ...
A diaper. Therefore, Nappy Changing Stations are in public restrooms and Nappy Pales are in the baby's room at home.
A term for afro-textured hair. It originated from the transatlantic slave trade era. Some natural heads have started ‘claiming back’ the term for modern day use while others still find it offensive.