kerslap

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English[edit]

Alternative forms[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From ker- +‎ slap.

Noun[edit]

kerslap (plural kerslaps)

  1. A sudden slap or loud slapping blow.
    • 1996, T. A. Barron, The Merlin Effect:
      Kate's brow furrowed, as she listened to the kerslap, kerslap of the waves on the hull.

Adverb[edit]

kerslap (comparative more kerslap, superlative most kerslap)

  1. With a sudden slap or loud slapping blow.