skink

[n] - alert agile lizard with reduced limbs and an elongated body covered with shiny scales
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Skink

Skink noun [ Latin scincus , Greek .............] [ Written also scink .] (Zoology) Any one of numerous species of regularly scaled harmless lizards of the family Scincidæ , common in the warmer parts of all the continents. » The officinal skink ( Scincus officinal
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Skink

Skink transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Skinked ; present participle & verbal noun Skinking .] [ Icelandic skenja ; akin to Swedish skäka , Danish skienke , Anglo-Saxon scencan , D. & German
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Skink

Skink intransitive verb To serve or draw liquor. [ Obsolete]
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Skink

Skink noun Drink; also, pottage. [ Obsolete] Bacon.
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skink

To draw or serve, as drink. 'Bacchus the wine them skinketh all about.' (Chaucer) 'Such wine as Ganymede doth skink to Jove.' (Shirley) ... Origin: Icel. Skenja; akin to Sw. Skaka, Dan. Skienke, AS. Scencan, D. & G. Schenken. As. Scencan is usually derived from sceonc, sceanc, shank, a hollow bone being supposed to have been used to draw off li
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skink

scincid noun alert agile lizard with reduced limbs and an elongated body covered with shiny scales; more dependent on moisture than most lizards; found in tropical regions worldwide
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Skink

• (n.) Any one of numerous species of regularly scaled harmless lizards of the family Scincidae, common in the warmer parts of all the continents. • (v. i.) To serve or draw liquor. • (n.) Drink; also, pottage. • (v. t.) To draw or serve, as drink.
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skink

any of about 1,275 species of lizards, mostly secretive ground dwellers or burrowers, that are represented throughout most of the world but are ... [3 related articles]
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Skink

Skinks are lizards belonging to the family Scincidae. Together with several other lizard families, including Lacertidae (the "true" or wall lizards), they comprise the superfamily or infraorder Scincomorpha. With about 1200 described species, the Scincidae are the second most diverse family of lizards, exceeded only by the Gekkonidae (or geckos)..
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Skink

Skink is derogatory Black British slang for a white person.
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Skink

Skink is derogatory Black British slang for a white person.
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Skink

Skinks is the popular name for the Scincidae family of lizards, comprising about 50 genera with about 750 species. Skinks have a noticeably cylindrical, smooth, shiny body, with a pointed nose and tail. They are found in various biotopes in Africa, Asia, Australia, America and Europe, chiefly living on the ground.
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skink

Lizard of the family Scincidae, a large family of about 700 species found throughout the tropics and subtropics. The body is usually long and the legs are reduced. Some skinks are legless and rather snakelike. Many are good burrowers, or can `swim` through sand, like the sandfish genus Scincus of North Africa. Some skin...
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Skink

[disambiguation] The skinks are a family of lizards. "Skink" may also refer to: ...
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