scollop

[ skol-uh p ]
/ ˈskɒl əp /

noun, verb (used with or without object)

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British Dictionary definitions for scollop (1 of 2)

scollop1
/ (ˈskɒləp) /

noun, verb

a variant of scallop

British Dictionary definitions for scollop (2 of 2)

scollop2
/ (ˈskɒləp) /

noun

(in Ireland) a rod, pointed at both ends, used to pin down thatch

Word Origin for scollop

C19: from Irish Gaelic scolb
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