Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A fold; a lap.
- n. The brim of a hat.
- n. A flake of snow.
- To fold back; turn up or down, as a sleeve, or a stocking in pulling it off, by turning it inside out.
- To ruffle back, as the skin.
- v. Scotland, dated, transitive To turn inside out, or with the leg part back over the foot, as when putting on or taking off a stocking.
GNU Webster's 1913
- v. Scot. To turn inside out, or with the leg part back over the foot, as a stocking in pulling off or for putting on.
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“Leather just gave his old hat flipe a rap with his forefinger as he passed with the horses -- a salute that Jog did not condescend to return.”
“As the Yorkshireman made his exit, a pair eyes of gleamed through the small aperture between the high cloak collar and the flipe of the glazed hat, which he instantly recognised to belong to Jorrocks.”
“Who made you my misthress, you blaggard flipe? who gave you authority to ax me sich a question?" replied the other.”
“Molly's come of a dacent ould stock, and kind mother for her to keep herself in genteel ordher at all times; she sees nothing else, and can afford it, not all as one as the other flipe* that would go to the world's end for a bit of dress. ”
“Ap - plied to the Item, flipe, leaf, petiole, and pe - rianth.”
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Environmental Ice and Snow
(excluding all the food ice)
Another of my random palavery lists for terms and phrases that don't fit into any of my other lists.
Anything related to Scottish culture, cuisine, language, history and so on. Does not include Gaelic words unless acceptable (roughly speaking!) in a wider sense.
I love snow. Send me as much as you can.
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