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skink

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1skink

transitive verb \ˈskiŋk\

Definition of SKINK

chiefly dialect
:  to draw, pour out, or serve (drink)

Origin of SKINK

Middle English, from Middle Dutch schenken; akin to Old English scencan to pour out drink and probably to scanca shank
First Known Use: 15th century

2skink

noun

Definition of SKINK

:  any of a family (Scincidae) of typically small insectivorous lizards with long tapering bodies

Origin of SKINK

Latin scincus, from Greek skinkos
First Known Use: 1590

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