noun, plural ske·nai [skee-nahy]. /ˈski naɪ/.
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Skene ('Celtic Scotland,' i. 116, note) gives a critical account of the various biographies of Gildas.On Some Ancient Battle-Fields in Lancashire|Charles Hardwick
Dr. Skene, who left town in 1753 in the same fashion, reached Edinburgh in nineteen days.The Great North Road: London to York|Charles G. Harper
Well, I couldn't disappoint him after his being so kind to me—Mrs. Skene had made as much of me as if I was her own son.
A dozen others were trying to bring him to his senses, remonstrating with him on his conduct, or trying to pacify Skene.
Skene ceased eating to see his wife read, a feat which was to him one of the wonders of science.