1 definition by Neil McL

Irish variation on Scottish word to 'skelp'. To schelp is to hit soundly across the back of the head or other thinly skined boney areas such as the knee or ankle with a hand or blunt instrument.
C'mere ye liitle bollix an i'll give ya a schelp of me hurley.
作者 Neil McL 2006年6月28日

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