flay

[v] - strip the skin off
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Flay

Flay (flā) transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Flayed (flād); present participle & verbal noun Flaying .] [ Middle English flean , flan , Anglo-Saxon fle├ín ; akin to Dutch vlaen , Ice
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flay

To skin; to strip off the skin or surface of; as, to flay an ox; to flay the green earth. 'With her nails She 'll flay thy wolfish visage.' (Shak) ... Origin: OE. Flean, flan, AS. Flean; akin to D. Vlaen, Icel. Fla, Sw. Fla, Dan. Flaae, cf. Lith. Ples to tear, plyszti, v.i, to burst tear; perh. Akin to E. Flag to flat stone, flaw. ... Source: Webst
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flay

verb strip the skin off
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Flay

• (v. t.) To skin; to strip off the skin or surface of; as, to flay an ox; to flay the green earth.
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