nap·kin /ˈnæpkən/ 名詞
1. A little towel, made of cloth or paper, esp. one for wiping the fingers and mouth at table.
2. A handkerchief. [Obs.]
Napkin pattern. See Linen scroll, under Linen. -- Napkin ring, a ring of metal, ivory, or other material, used to inclose a table napkin.
paper napkin, a napkin made of paper, intended to be disposed of after use.
n 1: to protect clothing; wipe mouth [syn: table napkin, serviette]
2: garment consisting of a folded cloth drawn up between the
legs and fastened at the waist; worn by infants to catch
excrement [syn: diaper, nappy]
(Gr. soudarion, John 11:44; 20:7; Lat. sudarium, a
"sweat-cloth"), a cloth for wiping the sweat from the face. But
the word is used of a wrapper to fold money in (Luke 19:20), and
as an article of dress, a "handkerchief" worn on the head (Acts