\ˈslīp\
-ed/-ing/-s

Definition of slipe 

(Entry 1 of 4)

1 dialectal, British : to remove an outer covering from : peel, pare, strip

2 dialectal, British : to cut off : slice

slipe

noun (1)
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variants: or slipe wood
plural -s

Definition of slipe (Entry 2 of 4)

: pulled wool removed from skins by a lime process

slipe

noun (2)
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plural -s

Definition of slipe (Entry 3 of 4)

dialectal, England

slipe

noun (3)
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plural -s

Definition of slipe (Entry 4 of 4)

dialectal British & Midland

: a thin narrow strip especially of land

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History and Etymology for slipe

Transitive verb

Middle English slypen

Noun (2)

Middle English, from Middle Low German slīpe, slēpe; akin to Middle Low German slippen to slip

Noun (3)

origin unknown

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