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1scrip

noun \ˈskrip\

Definition of SCRIP

archaic
:  a small bag or wallet
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Origin of SCRIP

Middle English scrippe, from Medieval Latin scrippum pilgrim's knapsack
First Known Use: 13th century

Rhymes with SCRIP

2scrip

noun

Definition of SCRIP

1
:  a short writing (as a certificate, schedule, or list)
2
:  a small piece
3
a :  any of various documents used as evidence that the holder or bearer is entitled to receive something (as a fractional share of stock or an allotment of land)
b :  paper currency or a token issued for temporary use in an emergency

Origin of SCRIP

alteration of script
First Known Use: 1590

Other Monetary Terms

clad, legend, numismatic, obverse, reverse, series, specie

3scrip

noun

Definition of SCRIP

:  prescription 4a

First Known Use of SCRIP

1966
Medical Dictionary

scrip

noun \ˈskrip\

Medical Definition of SCRIP

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