Definition of Skep. Meaning of Skep. Synonyms of Skep

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Definition of Skep

Skep
Skep Skep, n. [Icel. skeppa a measure, bushel; cf. Gael. sgeap a basket, a beehive.] 1. A coarse round farm basket. [Obs. or Prov. Eng. & Scot.] --Tusser. 2. A beehive. [Prov. Eng. & Scot.]

Meaning of Skep from wikipedia

- attached to the inside of the skep. The size of early modern skeps was about two pecks to a bushel (18 to 36 liters). Skeps have two disadvantages: b****eepers...
- Skep Point (64°3′S 57°18′W / 64.050°S 57.300°W / -64.050; -57.300) is a high ice-free point 5 nautical miles (9 km) west-northwest of Ula Point on the...
- vocals on a number of tracks. Live At The Rum Puncheon (Skep Wax 005, 2021) Twentieth Century (Skep Wax 015, 2023) Talulah Gosh The Pooh Sticks Heavenly...
- a wall (the Scots word bole means a recess in a wall) for bee keeping. A skep is placed in the bee bole. Before the development of modern bee hives (such...
- Science-Based Medicine. She wrote under her own name or used the pseudonym "The SkepDoc". After retiring as a colonel in the U.S. Air Force, Hall was a frequent...
- in Australia, New Zealand and the UK) come from the word skep, used to refer to a basket. Skep itself comes from the Late Old English sceppe, from the...
- Frederic Alan Schepisi AO (/ˈskɛpsi/ SKEP-see; born 26 December 1939) is an Australian film director, producer and screenwriter. His credits include The...
- vs Facts: Umar Khalid". 18 August 2019. "Umar Khalid on Decoding India". SKEP. 27 August 2018. Retrieved 5 May 2020. Pritha Chatterjee (19 February 2016)...
- derives from the design of early beehives made from bound gr**** called a skep. The squat circular shape was made by binding the gr**** bundles to form a...
- founding of the Kingdom of Es****. Approximate year of the invention of the bee skep in Ireland. Battle of Dijon: A coalition of Franks and Burgundians crush...