Skeat, Walter William (b. 1835)

Skeat, Walter William, English philologist, born in London; professor of Anglo-Saxon at Cambridge; author of “Etymological Dictionary of the English Language,” and a great authority on Early English literature; the first Director of the Dialect Society, established in 1873; (b. 1835).

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Skean-dhu * Skeggs, Miss
Siva
Sivaji
Six Articles
Sixtus
Sixtus IV.
Sixtus V.
Sizar
Skager-Rack
Skald
Skean-dhu
Skeat, Walter William
Skeggs, Miss
Skelton, John
Skene, William Forbes
Skerryvore
Skiddaw
Skimpole, Harold
Skinner, John
Skipton
Skobeleff, Michael
Skye