slipe

[slahyp]Scot.
verb (used with object), sliped, slip·ing.
  1. to peel or strip the outer coating from, especially to peel bark from (a tree or twig).
  2. to slice.

Origin of slipe

1425–75; late Middle English slypen < ?
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slipe

noun
  1. NZ
    1. wool removed from the pelt of a slaughtered sheep by immersion in a chemical bath
    2. (as modifier)slipe wool

Word Origin for slipe

from English dialect
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