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scop

scop

noun \ˈshōp, ˈskōp, ˈskäp\

Definition of SCOP

:  an Old English bard or poet

Origin of SCOP

Old English; akin to Old High German schof poet
First Known Use: before 12th century

Other Literature Terms

apophasis, bathos, bildungsroman, bowdlerize, caesura, coda, doggerel, euphemism, poesy, prosody

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