An afternoon rest or nap, esp. one taken during the hottest hours of the day in a hot climate
a nap in the early afternoon (especially in hot countries)
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An afternoon nap
(Siestas) are traditionally no longer than 30 minutes and are more of a light rest than any kind of serious sleep.
This highly civilized practice of catching forty winks during the hottest part of the day is found only in the most advanced civilizations. See: NAP.
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A rest or short nap, usually after the midday meal.
Every day after lunch, each unit gets an hour of quiet time to relax, sleep, write letters, read, talk, or play quietly during the hottest part of the day (some exceptions apply).
Period after lunch meant to be spent on flat or restful activities. Bed