Definition of scorp in English:

scorp

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Pronunciation: /skɔːp
 
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(also scorper or scauper)

noun

A drawknife with a circular blade and a single handle, used to scoop out wood when carving or engraving.

Origin

mid 19th century (as scorper), based on Latin scalper 'knife'.

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