John, c1460–1529, English poet.
Richard Bernard (“Red”) 1913–97, U.S. actor and comedian.
John. ?1460–1529, English poet celebrated for his short rhyming lines using the rhythms of colloquial speech
verb skens, skenning, skenned 1. (intransitive) (Northern English, dialect) to squint or stare
noun, plural skenai [skee-nahy] /ˈski naɪ/ (Show IPA) 1. (in the ancient Greek theater) a structure facing the audience and forming the background before which performances were given. noun 1. skean.
noun 1. a round farm basket of wicker or wood. 2. Also, skepful. the amount contained in a skep. 3. a beehive, especially of straw. noun 1. a beehive, esp one constructed of straw 2. (mainly dialect) a large basket of wickerwork or straw
noun, plural skepfuls. 1. skep (def 2).