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British Dictionary definitions for skol

skol

skoal (skəʊl)

sentence substitute
  1. good health! (a drinking toast)
verb skols, skolling or skolled (tr)
  1. Australian informal to down (an alcoholic drink) in one go

Word Origin

C16: from Danish skaal bowl, from Old Norse skal; see scale ²
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Examples from the Web for skol

Historical Examples

  • The one hight Skol, he runs after her; she fears him and he will one day overtake her.

    The Younger Edda

    Snorre

  • One monster witch is the mother of many sons in the form of wolves, two of which are Skol and Hate.

  • Scolytus, skol′i-tus, n. typical genus of Scolyt′id, a family of bark beetles.