Scurf

Scaly skin, especially on the scalp probably seborrhoeic eczema

scurf

[n] - (botany) a covering that resembles scales or bran that covers some plant parts
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Scurf

Scurf noun [ Anglo-Saxon scurf , sceorf , or from Scand.; confer Swedish skorf , Danish skurv , Icelandic skurfur , Dutch schurft , German schorf ; all akin to Anglo-Saxon scurf , and to Anglo-Saxon sceorfan to scrape, to gnaw, German
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scurf

1. Thin dry scales or scabs upon the body; especially, thin scales exfoliated from the cuticle, particularly of the scalp; dandruff. ... 2. Hence, the foul remains of anything adherent. 'The scurf is worn away of each committed crime.' (Dryden) ... 3. Anything like flakes or scales adhering to a surface. 'There stood a hill not far, whose grisly to...
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scurf

noun (botany) a covering that resembles scales or bran that covers some plant parts
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Scurf

• (n.) Minute membranous scales on the surface of some leaves, as in the goosefoot. • (n.) Hence, the foul remains of anything adherent. • (n.) Anything like flakes or scales adhering to a surface. • (n.) Thin dry scales or scabs upon the body; especially, thin scales exfoliated from the cuticle, particularly of the scalp; dandr...
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Scurf

Scurf is slang for an employee accepting less than the usual rate of pay or an employer paying less than the usual rate.
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scurf

Type: Term Pronunciation: skŭrf Synonyms: dandruff
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