The knocking of fists together as a greeting, or form of respect.
He gave me a dap when we greeted.
Por Phil 10 de marzo de 2004
The knocking of fists together as a greeting, or form of respect
Yo, you linked that Bitch? Respect yo, daps, daps.
Por j dub 14 de marzo de 2003
To knock fist together as a form of greeting, usually used on the Eastside
U jus gonna leave me hangin? Wheres my Daps
Por Man-e 04 de marzo de 2006
Simply another word for props.
Por Rhino 27 de abril de 2003
The Dap includes simple to very intricate series of rhythmic hand slaps, clasps, hand and arm gestures exchanged between two persons as a sign of personal greeting, respect and group solidarity. Has origin in greetings developed and practiced by members of Black Power organizations founded in southern California in the early 1970s and then became common place and outlawed practice among African-American draftees and soldiers stateside and abroad during the latter years of the Vietnam War. Was soon adopted by huge duck bill cap, suspender and knicker attired African-American street and club dancers who originated the dance known as "Lockstepping." Best known Lock Stepper is Fred Barry aka Rerun from the hit 1970s black TV sitcom, "What's Happenin'?"
simplest of Daps is to tap closed fists together one time horizontally or vertically.
Por r. debose 09 de noviembre de 2007
The touching, or smashing, of two fists (of different persons) together as a sign of greeting, camaraderie or achievement.
That was a respectable joke! Daps man.
Por That Guy Erik 07 de abril de 2009
Old fashioned running shoe, plimsol, pump.
Derived from an advertisment for Dunlop Athletic Plimsols' but now a common term for sports shoes and trainers in parts of England and Wales.
Teacher to class: "get your daps on" (hurry up).
Also, 'diahorrea' is shit with daps on....
Por MoLincs 20 de septiembre de 2009

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