Definition of schepel
1 less commonly skipple \ˈskipəl\ : an old Dutch unit of dry measure equal to 1⁄4 muid or about 3⁄4 bushel
2 : a modern Dutch unit of capacity equal to one dekaliter
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Origin and Etymology of schepel
Dutch, from Middle Dutch; akin to Old High German sceffil bushel, skepfen to shape, form, create — more at shape
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