"skipper" Definition

  1. the master of a vessel. _Germ._, SCHIFFER, from SCHIFF, a ship; sometimes used as synonymous with “governor.”
  2. a barn.—_Ancient Cant._ From the _Welsh_, YSGUBOR, pronounced SCYBOR, or SCIBOR, the proper word in that language for a barn.

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Position in the dictionary: 3181 of 4022 slang words.
Next words in the dictionary: skipper-birds, skipper-it, skit, skittles, skow-banker, skrouge, skull-thatcher, skunk, sky, sky-blue
Previous words in the dictionary: skinner, skinflint, skin-the-lamb, skin, skimmery, skilly, skilligolee, skied., skied, skid

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