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slipe

[ slahyp ]
/ slaɪp /
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noun

a sledge, drag, or sleigh.

verb (used with object), sliped, slip·ing.

to peel or strip the outer coating from, especially to peel bark from (a tree or twig).
to slice.

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Origin of slipe

1425–75; late Middle English slypen< ?
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British Dictionary definitions for slipe

slipe
/ (slaɪp) /

noun

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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