- to run away; _Spanish_, ESCAPAR, to escape, make off; _Italian_, SCAPPARE. “SCARPER with the feeley of the donna of the carzey,” to run away with the daughter of the landlady of the house; almost pure _Italian_, “SCAPPARE COLLA FIGLIA DELLA DONNA DELLA CASA.”—_Seven Dials and Prison Cant_, from the _Lingua Franca_.
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