verb (used with object)

to sculpture; carve or model.

Origin of sculp

First recorded in 1525–35, sculp is from the Latin word sculpere to carve


or sculpt Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019

Examples from the Web for sculp

Historical Examples of sculp

  • Don't they kill and sculp a white man when-ar they get the better on him?

    The Prairie Traveler

    Randolph Marcy

  • "Davy says the Ha'r Buyer's sculp hangs by the lock, boys," he shouted, pointing at the sun.

    The Crossing

    Winston Churchill

  • There are a great many artists now, but I remember the time when almost all the pictures were done by Mr. Sculp and Mr. Pinx.

    Pencil Sketches

    Eliza Leslie

  • Zanetti certainly cut many of his own blocks, as the prints with the signature A. M. Zanetti, sculp.

  • When I grow up a little more and learn how, I am going to sculp such a wonderful statue that Zebedee can stop working.