Definition of Skeel. Meaning of Skeel. Synonyms of Skeel

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Definition of Skeel

Skeel
Skeel Skeel, n. [Icel. skj?la a pail, bucket.] A shallow wooden vessel for holding milk or cream. [Prov. Eng. & Scot.] --Grose.

Meaning of Skeel from wikipedia

- Skeel may refer to: Albret Skeel (1572-1639), a Danish nobleman who held the office of Admiral of the Realm from 1616 to 1623 Burt E. Skeel (1894-1924)...
- Alexander Gerald "Alex" Skeel (born 17 August 1995) is an English football coach, domestic violence survivor whose near-fatal abuse at the hands of his...
- Skeels may refer to: Dave Skeels (1891–1926), an American baseball player Eric Skeels (born 1939), an English former football player Homer Collar Skeels...
- David A. Skeel Jr. is an American law professor specializing in corporate law. He is the S. Samuel Arsht Professor of Corporate Law at the University...
- Skeel. Skeel commanded the 27th Pursuit Squadron of the First Pursuit Group at Selfridge Field in Mount Clemens, Michigan. On October 6, 1923, Skeel won...
- Albret Skeel (23 November 1572 – 9 April 1639) was a Danish nobleman who held the office of Admiral of the Realm from 1616 to 1623. The son of Privy Councillor...
- Ingeborg Skeel (c. 1545 – 17 October 1604) was a Danish noblewoman, a major land owner and a county sheriff in the Vendsyssel region of northern Jutland...
- Amalie Skeel (1700-1763), was a Danish noble. She was the object of a famous scandal of the royal court. Skeel was the issue of Christen Skeel (1663-1709)...
- Mogens Skeel (1651-1694) was a Danish playwright. He wrote the play Grevens og Friherrens Komedie in 1675....
- Caroline Anne James Skeel (9 February 1872 – 25 February 1951) was a British historian. She was a professor of history at Westfield College, and is remembered...
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