An AS poet or minstrel.

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  • -scop — scop·ic; …   English syllables

  • scop — scop·i·dae; scop·per·il; scop·u·la; scop·u·late; scop·u·lite; spec·tro·scop·ic; stereo·scop·ic; stetho·scop·ic; stro·bo·scop·ic; ta·chis·to·scop·i·cal·ly; tel·e·scop·ic; ther·mo·scop·ic; ura·no·scop·i·dae; an·thro·po·scop·i·cal·ly;… …   English syllables

  • scop — SCOP, scopuri, s.n. Ţintă, obiectiv către care tinde cineva; ceea ce îşi propune cineva să înfăptuiască; ţel. ♢ loc. prep. În scopul... = în vederea..., în interesul..., pentru... [var.: (înv.) scópos s.n.] – Din ngr. skopos. Trimis de claudia,… …   Dicționar Român

  • SCOP — may refer to:* Structural Classification of Proteins * Suprachiasmatic nucleus circadian oscillatory protein, a member of the leucine rich repeat protein family * Société coopérative , a type of corporation in France * Standing Conference of… …   Wikipedia

  • scop — “poet, minstrel,” O.E. scop, cognate with O.H.G. scoph “poetry, sport, jest,” O.N. skop “railing, mockery” (see SCOFF (Cf. scoff) (v.)) …   Etymology dictionary

  • Scop. — Scop., bei Pflanzennamen Abkürzung für Johann Anton Scopoli, geb. 3. Juli 1723 zu Cavalese in Tirol, gest. 8. Mai 1788 in Pavia als Professor (Flora carniolica) …   Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon

  • scop — [shôp, skäp] n. [OE, poet, minstrel, lit., maker of taunting verses: see SCOFF1] an Old English poet or bard …   English World dictionary

  • scop|u|la — «SKOP yuh luh», noun, plural las or lae « lee». a small brushlike pad of stiff hairs on the tarsi of bees and spiders. ╂[< New Latin scopula < Latin scōpula; see etym. under scopulate (Cf. ↑scopulate)] …   Useful english dictionary

  • SCOP — Société coopérative de production Une SCOP (originellement : Société coopérative ouvrière de production, devenu Société coopérative de production) est, en droit français, une société commerciale, société anonyme ou société à responsabilité… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • scop —    The OLD ENGLISH scop (pronounced “shope”) was a professional poet and singer, both the reciter of old legends and the creator of new ones. The name seems to be the preterite form of the verb scieppan (to shape or create), thus the scop was the …   Encyclopedia of medieval literature

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