Kip & Spike

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  1. Moley:

    A “kip” is still in common usage in the UK to mean a sleep, pretty much interchangably with “nap”, with the implication of a shorter period rather than a full night. “I need a kip” or “I’m going to my kip” would be generally understood.

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