- the act of cutting the skin and its adhering fat from the body of a seal.
Origin of sculping
- to sculpture; carve or model.
Origin of sculp
First recorded in 1525–35, sculp is from the Latin word sculpere to carve
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Examples from the Web for sculping
I see you've given up your painting and sculping to do this!Carnac's Folly, Complete
Thus, towards evening, when the work was over save the sculping and lashing, dusk caught them unaware.The Adventures of Billy Topsail
I guess I won't go into the sculping business, for I find I'm no hand at making figgers.Little Maid Marian
Amy E. Blanchard
Then followed the "sculping," or skinning, which was despatched with marvellous rapidity.Adrift in the Ice-Fields
Charles W. Hall