Definition of Skillings

1. Proper noun. An English surname that originated in Norfolk, of unknown derivation. ¹



¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Skillings

1. skilling [n] - See also: skilling

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Skillings

skillet cake
skillet corn bread
skillet fish
skilletfish
skillets
skillful
skillfully
skillfulness
skillfulnesses
skillier
skillies
skilliest
skilligalee
skilligolee
skilling
skillings (current term)
skillion
skillions
skillless
skillo
skills
skillset
skillsets
skilly
skillygalee
skils
skilts
skim-milk
skim milk

Literary usage of Skillings

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1. Annotated Cases, American and English by H Noyes Greene, William Mark McKinney, David Shephard Garland (1918)
"Fulton for William E. skillings. [276] PIERCE, J.—About the first of April, 1H13, the plaintiff skillings in exchange sold to the defendant Collins, ..."

2. Catalogue of Books Relating to Architecture: Construction and Decoration in by Boston Public Library, Mary Harris Rollins, Frank A. Bourne (1914)
"skillings, DN, and DB Flint Illustrated catalogue of portable sectional buildings. Boston. [1862. ..."

3. The universal cambist, and commercial instructor by Patrick Kelly (1811)
"A Mark is divided into 16 skillings or Shillings; and a Skilling into 2 ... which pass for 7 Marks 6 skillings Danish currency, and are commonly reckoned at ..."

4. Travels on the Continent: Written for the Use and Particular Information of by Mariana Starke (1820)
"skillings 8 of which make 1 dollar. Forty-eight skillings, or six dollars, ... The Bank notes are of the following kinds: 8 skillings—12 skillings—24 ..."

5. ... Baptisms and Admission from the Records of First Church in Falmouth, Now by First Parish Church (Portland, Me.), Marquis Fayette King, Maine Genealogical Society (1894- ) (1898)
"George Ingersol, John Lewis, Phineas Rider, Thomas skillings, and Humphrey Durham living at Back Cove. Thomas Wise and Hugh Mosier living at ..."

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