Scottish Vernacular Dictionary
1. verb: to strike a glancing blow, similar to skite and indeed skelp. During Gulf War I, the Iraqi military deployed SCUD missiles, which always sounded much less deadly to most Glaswegians.
2. noun:Scud, in the... unclothed, naked, nude Also : scuddy and bare(berr) scud.
Example: (1. The big polis scudded me wan oan the chin (2. When hur man came in the door, Big Tam went oot the windae an ran doon the street in the scud
Mawdesley Glossary
1. to hit or naked
2. Cider
Cleveland Dialect List
to remove a superficial covering, [to skim with a spade]

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