Scarf

A scarf, also known as a Kremer, muffler or neck-wrap, is a piece of fabric worn around the neck, or near the head or around the waist for warmth, cleanliness, fashion or for religious reasons. They can come in a variety of different colours. ==History== Ancient Rome is one of the first origins of the scarf, where it was used to keep clean rather ...
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scarf

[n] - a garment worn around the head or neck or shoulders for warmth or decoration 2. [v] - masturbate while strangling oneself 3. [v] - unite by a scarf joint 4. [v] - wrap in or adorn with a scarf
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Scarf

• (n.) A cormorant. • (v. t.) To form a scarf on the end or edge of, as for a joint in timber, metal rods, etc. • (n.) A scarf joint. • (v. t.) To unite, as two pieces of timber or metal, by a scarf joint. • (n.) An article of dress of a light and decorative character, worn loosely over the shoulders or about the neck or th...
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scarf

noun a garment worn around the head or neck or shoulders for warmth or decoration
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Scarf

Scarf (skärf) noun [ Icelandic skarfr .] A cormorant. [ Scot.]
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Scarf

Scarf noun ; plural Scarfs , rarely Scarves (skärvz). [ Confer Old French escharpe a pilgrim's scrip, or wallet (hanging about the neck), French écharpe sash, scarf; probably from Old High German scharpe pocket; also (from the French) Danish skiærf ...
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Scarf

Scarf transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Scarfed ; present participle & verbal noun Scarfing .] 1. To throw on loosely; to put on like a scarf. 'My sea-gown scarfed about me.' Shak. 2. To dress ...
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Scarf

A joint for connecting timbers lengthways without increasing the cross section.
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scarf

Origin: Cf. OF. Escharpe a piligrim's scrip, or wallet (handing about the neck), F. Echarpe sash, scarf; probably from OHG. Scharpe pocket; also (from the French) Dan. Skiaerf; Sw. Skarp, Prov. G. Scharfe, LG. Scherf, G. Scharpe; and also AS. Scearf a fragment; possibly akin to E. Scrip a wallet. Cf. Scarp a scarf. ... An article of dress of a ligh...
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Scarf

Scarf is American slang for food.
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