Definition of Flisk. Meaning of Flisk. Synonyms of Flisk

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Definition of Flisk

Flisk
Flisk Flisk, v. i. To frisk; to skip; to caper. [Obs. Scot.] ``The flisking flies.' --Gosson.
Flisk
Flisk Flisk, n. A caper; a spring; a whim. [Scot.]

Meaning of Flisk from wikipedia

- Flisk (Scottish Gaelic: Fleasg meaning "Stalk" or "Rod") was a parish in Fife, Scotland. According to the 1853 Gazetteer, in part: "Flisk parish is bounded...
- Dalgety Dunbog Dunfermline Dunino Dysart Elie Falkland Ferry Port on Craig Flisk Forgan Freuchie Glenrothes Inverkeithing & Rosyth Kelty Kemback Kennoway...
- This is a list of listed buildings in the parish of Flisk in Fife, Scotland. The scheme for classifying buildings in Scotland is: Category A: "buildings...
- (of Guise) he remained a committed Protestant. He occupied the manse in Flisk, an estate three miles south of Cupar in Fife. His successor as Lord Clerk...
- maroon, which contrasts with its dark evergreen foliage. H. foetidus 'Wester Flisk', with red-flushed flowers and flower stalks, is becoming po****r, as are...
- Jekyll' has fragrant flowers, intensity varying with the time of day; 'Wester Flisk Group' has red-tinted leaves and stems and gray-green flowers; the 'Sierra...
- on the north by the River Tay, on the south by Monimail, on the east by Flisk and Creich, and on the west by Abdie. The Barony of Denboig/Dunbog was established...
- Earlshall Muir Eden Estuary Fife Ness Coast Firth of Forth Fleecefaulds Meadow Flisk Wood Inner Tay Estuary Isle of May Kilconquhar Loch Lacesston Muir and Glen...
- her greatest favourite after David Rizzio. He obtained the parsonage of Flisk in Fife in 1561, was nominated an Extraordinary Lord of Session, and in...
- in the Shetland Islands in 1808. In 1810 he translated to the parish of Flisk in Fife and in 1832 translated to Clackmannan. In 1808, he parti****ted...