In the 1920s, African-American artists and musicians began referring to Indy as “Naptown”. According to the article, it was seen as an informal conversation that emphasized the fourth syllable, the most prominent, of the name Indianapolis. I just found this interesting article from Indianapolis Star about Indianapolis and the story of its (in) famous nickname, Naptown.
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