Timberellus is explained, a small whale, on the authority of skene, Vocab.
It afterwards came into the possession of the Family of skene.
Mr. skene does not give us any information respecting the skill and ability of the superior officers.
The Greek word for tent is "skene" and that is the reason why we talk of the "scenery" of the stage.
Cashel spoke always of Mrs. skene as "mother," and of Mrs. Byron as "mamma."
But that is just opposite to skene's and the way she certainly took at first.
A dozen others were trying to bring him to his senses, remonstrating with him on his conduct, or trying to pacify skene.
"That's because you have a heart as big as a lion," said skene, patting him on the shoulder.
As in Fordun: first drawn with horses and finally executed (skene, i. 348).
Mrs. skene felt that the first exchange was over, and that she had got the better in it.
ancient type of Celtic dagger found in Ireland, double-edged and leaf-like, 1520s, from Irish Gaelic scian (genitive sceine) "knife," cognate with Gaelic sgian "knife," Welsh ysgien "a slicer," from PIE *skiy-ena-, from root *skei- "to divide, split" (see shed (v.)).