/skrool/ [The pioneering Roundtable chat system in Houston ca. 1984; probably originated as a typo for “scroll”] The log of old messages, available for later perusal or to help one get back in synch with the conversation. It was originally called the “scrool monster”, because an early version of the roundtable software had a bug where it would dump all 8K of scrool on a user’s terminal.
verb (used without object) 1. to emit a harsh, grating sound: The gate scrooped as he swung it shut. noun 2. a scrooping sound. 3. ability to make a rustling sound added to silk or rayon fabrics during finishing by treating them with certain acids. verb 1. (intransitive) to emit a grating or creaking sound […]
verb (used without object), Chiefly Midland and Southern U.S. 1. to crouch, squeeze, or huddle (usually followed by down, in, or up). verb 1. (Midland English, dialect) to scratch (the skin) to relieve itching scrooch
[skrof-yuh-lair-ee-ey-shuh s] /ˌskrɒf yəˌlɛər iˈeɪ ʃəs/ adjective 1. belonging to the Scrophulariaceae, the figwort family of plants. scrophulariaceous /ˌskrɒfjʊˌlɛərɪˈeɪʃəs/ adjective 1. of, relating to, or belonging to the Scrophulariaceae, a family of plants including figwort, snapdragon, foxglove, toadflax, speedwell, and mullein
noun 1. (Midland English, dialect) a deep scratch or weal