A song, verse, or instance of singing in the style of rap music. (noun)
Any of the tokens that passed current for a halfpenny in Ireland in the early part of the eighteenth century; thus, any coin of trifling value. (noun)
To strike something sharply with one's knuckles; knock. (verb)
To speak (lyrics) in the style of rap music. (verb)
To talk casually. (verb)
Examples of word rap
*Puts top bak on and raps wif ducktaip, rap rap rap rap*
Then the _contrabandista_ turned and walked sharply across the cavern-like chamber to overtake his men, and as he disappeared, distant but sharp and echoing _rap, rap, rap_, came the reports of firearms, and Punch looked sharply at his companion.
_Rap, rap, rap_, came now at the door, and a voice with a decided French accent, a voice that sounded familiar to me, said:
* just a liddle tuck and pat an some duckytape to hole ebeyting in plase *Striiippp â€“ rap rap rap* now a fiddies style bafscap * Streeeccchhh snap* and a floofy blankey, some possum shape chonklits and done.
Jimmy Bourke, "with a final _rap, rap, rap_ of his pipe.