1) To wrap or enfold.
1530 discreit women that wyndes and lappis my body in one sheit when that I am departed, Acklam
1612 1 pese of lynsay wousay & a great sort of cruels lapt in it, Brafferton
1642 Betwixt the two graininges of the rake shafte they tye a stringe which they can lappe aboute and make as longe and as shorte as they list, Elmswell
1647 I came in to lap a finger which I had cutt, Thurlstone
1662 which child she lapt in a cloth that night and going to milke the next morning shee cast it into a dike, Rotherham.