noun \ˈskish\

Definition of skish



  1. :  a target game for fishermen in which a small lead weight is cast at a set of targets placed flat on the surface of the water or sometimes on the ground

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Origin and Etymology of skish

probably blend of 3skeet and fish

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feeling or affected by lethargy

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